CDS wins Greater London Authority Group print contract
Communications agency, CDS, has been awarded the Greater London Authority (GLA) Group contract for all of its print management, distribution, storage and associated services. The contract is for two years with an option to extend for a further two.
The new contract will continue to build on the successes CDS delivered under previous contracts as the Print Management Provider for Transport for London (TfL), GLA and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).
Under the new contract, CDS will also serve the GLA Group, which includes:
- London Fire Brigade (LFB)
- London Legacy and Development Corporation (LLDC)
- Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC)
- Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)
CDS is now responsible for managing all printed material across the GLA Group, from bus wraps to TfL Timetables, Rule Books, Parking Charge Notices, campaign materials, posters, forms, promotional merchandise – in short everything that can be printed on.
CDS’s Managing Director, Mark Gair, said: “We are delighted to win this contract serving the GLA Group organisations. We are very excited about helping them all develop new ways of working to provide efficient services. Our ethos is to make a positive difference and we can certainly achieve this through helping the GLA Group to keep Londoners and visitors to the capital safe and on the move with clear and effective communications.”
CDS Head of Marketing, Paul Meersman said: “Our knowledgeable and expert account management team are fully focused on providing a ‘no-fail’ marketing and operational print service, whilst ensuring that our clients benefit from cost and process efficiencies throughout the contract term.”
For more information about CDS and its range of solutions, call Paul Meersman on 0113 399 4000 or contact us.
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