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FT chooses Roularta Printing

Roularta Printing, the Belgium-based printing company owned by Roularta Media Group, has announced that the Financial Times has chosen it to print their magazines destined for distribution across the European continent, the Middle East & South Africa (EMEA).

FT chooses Roularta Printing
Janet White: “The choice of Roularta Printing as a strategic partner is based on various considerations.”

The EMEA-destined copies of the following FT magazines will be printed by Roularta Printing:

  • How To Spend It
  • Art of Fashion
  • Business Education
  • FT Wealth

The decision of the Financial Times to entrust the production of their publications to Roularta Printing reflects a shared commitment to excellence and quality, respecting the highest sustainability standards, says Roularta.

Janet White, Global Director Print at FT, said: “The choice of Roularta Printing as a strategic partner is based on various considerations, including a strong emphasis on sustainability, continuous investments in cutting-edge technologies, and the unparalleled quality standards maintained by Roularta Printing. Additionally, their long-term vision plays a crucial role in a rapidly consolidating market.”

Steven Renders, General Manager at Roularta Printing.

Steven Renders, General Manager at Roularta Printing, added: “We are honoured to be chosen by FT as their trusted partner for magazine printing in EMEA. This collaboration underscores our unwavering commitment to excellence and our relentless pursuit of delivering unparalleled quality in every project we undertake. Also, our continuous attention for sustainability played a key role in the FT’s decision. For example, this year, we invested 4.5 million euros in the replacement of our drying ovens by energy-efficient alternatives. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.”

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