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  Walstead has engaged the help of former YM Group chief operating officer, Mike Newbould Junior, to help pinpoint customers looking for future print supply options. Walstead is considering the possibility of operating some equipment at one of the former YM sites, if there is sufficient demand...

  The Walstead Group has acquired the majority of the assets of YM Group's web offset business. In a statement, chairman, Mark Scanlon said: "On 4 May 2022 Walstead Group acquired all the production assets of the insolvent YM Group companies at Scarborough and York and certain...

  Hello! recently became the latest high-profile magazine title to move its printing to Walstead, with a shift from gravure to web offset printing for its 7th September issue and beyond. After moving the printing of Hello! Fashion to Walstead earlier this year, publisher Tamsyn Spires...

  As we enter a new decade we look back on some of the highlights within our portfolio during 2019. Rutland invests in HCC HCC, the UK's second largest contract canning provider, but the largest in the rapidly growing niche of low to medium sized batch runs of...

The Guardian has moved the production of its Weekend magazine to Walstead Bicester. The magazine, which is published alongside the newspaper’s Saturday edition, had been gravure printed on the continent and then shipped to the UK. It is now being printed web offset at Walstead Bicester, on...

Walstead is delighted to announce it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire LSC Communications, Inc.’s European printing business based in Poland (“LSC Poland”). The transaction is subject to customary completion conditions, adjustments and regulatory approval. Established in 1994, LSC Poland is the seventh largest web...

Walstead is delighted to announce the acquisition of NP Druck GmbH. Established in 1874, NP Druck is the third largest web offset printing business in Austria. Revenue in the financial year ended 31 December 2017 was €51.3 million. The company specialises in the production of low-...