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Hearst extends print contract and adds new titles with Wyndeham

Wyndeham has announced a two-year extension to its print contract with Hearst UK and has been awarded three additional titles by the company.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 06 June 2018 12:18

Hearst extends print contract and adds new titles with Wyndeham

Paul Utting: "Wyndeham has proven itself to be a reliable and consistently high-quality print partner for Hearst."

Wyndeham has been a print partner to Hearst UK for over a decade, producing many of its flagship titles including Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, House Beautiful, Men’s Health, Woman’s Health and Esquire. Under the new agreement, Country Living, Red and Red Travel will move from printers in the UK and Europe to Wyndeham during 2018. This brings the total number of Hearst publications produced by Wyndeham to 18 plus additional supplements.

The new titles will be produced at Wyndeham Roche in Cornwall. The existing titles will continue to be produced at Wyndeham’s other web-offset sites - Wyndeham Bicester, Wyndeham Peterborough and Wyndeham Southernprint.

Paul Utting, chief executive officer, Walstead Group (parent company of Wyndeham), said: “Wyndeham has proven itself to be a reliable and consistently high-quality print partner for Hearst which is supported by strong relationships throughout the business. The scale of our manufacturing operations enables us to provide the most appropriate printing facilities for Hearst’s key publications, which has given them the confidence to extend the contract and place new titles with us.”

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