Communisis closes Northern Ireland presence as it opens consultation process in Leeds headquarters


By Stephen Lepitak | -

November 19, 2012 | 2 min read

Marketing services group Communisis has announced the closure of its operations in Lisburn, Northern Ireland alongside the consolidation of its production services within other locations.

In its latest interim management statement for the third quarter of 2012, the company has revealed that board expectation for the full year were unchanged, despite the consultation and restructure being undertaken across its direct mail operations in Leeds.

A consultation process is now underway within its Leeds headquarters, it is understood, with an annual cost saving of around £1.3m expected as a result.

In a statement, Andy Blundell, chief executive of Communisis, commented: "The focus at Communisis continues to be the successful pursuit of profitable growth.

“We are building our reputation as the trusted partner for the provision of customer communication services and in this context are pleased with the interest being shown by a number of major brands in the strength of our market leading propositions, especially for transactional documents, and look forward to announcing further new multi-year contract awards in the near future."

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