U.K.-based Wyndeham Group renews three-year printing contract with Condé Nast Britain; deal includes printing and binding of Vogue, Brides, GQ, Vanity Fair, other magazines

LONDON , March 19, 2012 (press release) – Wyndeham Group announces it has renewed its printing contract with Condé Nast Britain, to cover the next three years.

The new deal encompasses the printing and binding of Condé Nast’s market leading consumer magazines; Vogue, Brides, House & Garden, Tatler, The World of Interiors, GQ, Vanity Fair, Easy Living and Wired. These titles will continue to be produced by Wyndeham Roche, Wyndeham Group’s web-offset subsidiary in Cornwall. Roche specialises in producing high quality monthly publications using its two Lithoman IV 64/72pp web offset presses and two Muller Martini Corona perfect binding lines.

Sarah Jenson, Production Director of Condé Nast, comments: “Condé Nast remains committed to producing the highest quality printed and bound magazines. Wyndeham Roche work very hard to maintain and reflect our standards, which in turn sets the benchmark for the industry, and they fully deserve our renewed support.”

Paul Utting, Chief Executive Officer of Wyndeham Group, adds: “We’re absolutely delighted that Condé Nast has renewed this contract with us, and that we continue to produce their portfolio of world renowned brands. This deal further builds on the strong, successful relationship between our companies, and the terms and duration of the agreement signify Condé Nast’s long term commitment to the future of Wyndeham Group.”

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