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Congressman calls for Amazon anti-trust hearing | German electronics consolidation | Staples develops its...

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere. US Congressman David…

Breakroom: Wake up and smell the waste

It’s no secret that the world is coffee crazy, with over nine billion kilogrammes of it drunk worldwide in 2016…

Category Update: Under a broad umbrella

The facilities supplies (FS) sector is still seen very much as a key growth area for resellers in the business…

Office products fizzling out at Crystal Rock

US beverages and office supplies reseller Crystal Rock has reported more steep declines in sales at its office products unit.The…

National Coffee partners with NuZee

US-based office coffee service broker National Coffee has partnered with NuZee to distribute its organic Coffee Blenders range across the…

Keurig pays a penalty | Cello renamed | Newell focuses on teachers | Office...

Coffee and beverages firm Keurig has agreed to pay a $5.8 million penalty following a defect on its MINI Plus brewer…

ALSO goes virtual | No fun for office workers

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere.ALSO will publish…

Survey provides boost for breakroom resellers

Results from a new survey of UK businesses will make interesting reading for those selling into – or looking to…

JM Smucker reports coffee sales | Autonomy CFO indicted | Veritiv launches CSR programme

Our weekly round-up of this week’s office supplies, office products, stationery and business supplies news and stories from around the…

Jammin Java provides Marley Coffee litigation update

Coffee firm Jammin Java said it is looking at alternative routes to market as its legal dispute with the brand…

Crystal Rock reduces low-margin office products exposure

US beverages and office products reseller Crystal Rock has significantly improved its profitability as it continues to reduce it OP…

Tough times for Jammin Java coffee business

Coffee company Jammin Java has provided an update on the dispute with the rights holders of the Marley Coffee brand…

Crystal Rock returns to profitability

US beverages and office products reseller Crystal Rock moved into operating profit in the first six months of its financial…

Category Analysis: Amazing breakroom spaces

The breakroom used to be an overlooked asset in the workplace, but companies are now increasingly recognising that an effective breakroom…

Find word from Elizabeth McLaughlin

All businesses are founded based on a discovery, invention or a way to do something better. Historically, most businesses were only…

Crystal Rock sales slump

US beverages and office supplies reseller Crystal Rock has reported a 9% drop in sales in its first quarter.Company sales…

Interview: What is nectere’s central distribution centre all about?

 OPI’s Andy Braithwaite spoke to nectere Managing Director Paul Musgrove about the dealer services group’s new central distribution centre.Yesterday’s press…

Crystal Rock eyeing further reductions

US beverages and office supplies reseller Crystal Rock says it will continue to evaluate further staff cuts after it reported…

Category Analysis: Changing facilities

The winds of change are sweeping through the FM sector, forcing a rethink among both existing players and new entrants to…

Keurig bought in $13.9 billion deal

Coffee and beverages firm Keurig Green Mountain is to be acquired by investment firm JAB in a deal which values…

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De Feydeau relishing “interesting” challenge

OPI caught up recently with Guillaume de Feydeau, the new Managing Director of Office Depot France. Guillaume de Feydeau is…