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Category Update: Mail models

Without doubt the biggest change to the mailroom and packaging category continues to come from the phenomenal growth in global parcel shipping which is driven by e-commerce. Volumes over the past two years have...

New national account director for Spicers

15 October 2007 — Sawston (UK): Jeremy Porteous has been appointed national account director at Spicers UK. With a strong background in sales management, Porteous has 16 years' experience in the office products industry. He...

Danka’s change of focus

 Danka Business Systems has recently embarked on a cull of international operations in a bid to cut debts of roughly $175 million. Since March of this year, Danka CEO AD Frazier, has embarked on a...

Pitney Bowes in Print takeover

27 July 2006 — Stamford (CT): Pitney Bowes has agreed to acquire document management infrastructure (DMI) company Print, for $47 million. Print will be amalgamated into a subsidiary of Pitney Bowes and will operate...

Pitney Bowes sells financing division

18 July 2006 – Stamfod (CT): Pitney Bowes has completed the sale of its capital services external financing business to focus on its postal services.                Pitney Bowes chairman and CEO, Michael Critelli, said:...

PBMS names Thompson

9 May 2006 – Harlow (UK): Pitney Bowes Management Services (PBMS), the outsourcing arm of Pitney Bowes, has appointed Richard Thompson as its managing director of PBMS UK.   Thompson was most recently managing director...

Fortune 500 gives strong presence to OP

11 April 2006 – New York (NY): OP players and companies involved in OP featured highly in the Fortune 500 list of last year's largest US corporations. OP superstores Staples and Office Depot...

Danka and Pitney Bowes expand relationship

18 January 2006 – St Petersburg (FL): Danka Business Systems has entered into a strategic relationship with its largest customer, Pitney Bowes Management Services (PBMS).   Under the agreement Danka is now PBMS preferred...

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