TNT to offer print management after TDG tie-up

TNT Post is offering print management services to its clients after signing a 12-month agreement with TDG Group.

The private-sector rival to Royal Mail will use the tie-up with the London-based firm to offer end-to-end print management services, a creative review process and environmental consultancy to direct mail clients. It will also use TDG’s services for its own print.

TNT’s agreement makes it the latest postal operator to offer some form of print management. Most notable among those who have moved into the market is Deutsche Post World Net, which in February 2006 bought a controlling stake in Williams Lea.

TNT Post has recently launched an initiative to cut its carbon emissions and TDG is hoping it can help, having recently been awarded ISO 14001 environmental management accreditation. It also has the ISO 9001 quality management stamp.

“With this agreement, we can advise TNT’s clients on how to be greener and open up a creative delivery to ensure they maximise their demands,” said Tom Gorman, TDG managing director. He added that he hoped to increase turnover from GBP 6m to GBP 8m in 2008.

A spokeswoman for TNT Post said the firm had worked with TDG in the past and the renewed link was “a great opportunity” for the firm. The group had formalised the relationship after TDG, which has recently launched a green audit for suppliers, stepped up its environmental focus.

Global delivery services giant TNT Post is offering print management services to its clients after signing a 12-month agreement with TDG Group.

The private-sector rival to Royal Mail will use the tie-up with the London-based firm to offer end-to-end print management services, a creative review process and environmental consultancy to direct mail clients. It will also use TDG’s services for its own print.

TNT’s agreement makes it the latest postal operator to offer some form of print management. Most notable among those who have moved into the market is Deutsche Post World Net, which in February 2006 bought a controlling stake in Williams Lea.

TNT Post has recently launched an initiative to cut its carbon emissions and TDG is hoping it can help, having recently been awarded ISO 14001 environmental management accreditation. It also has the ISO 9001 quality management stamp.

“With this agreement, we can advise TNT’s clients on how to be greener and open up a creative delivery to ensure they maximise their demands,” said Tom Gorman, TDG managing director. He added that he hoped to increase turnover from GBP 6m to GBP 8m in 2008.

A spokeswoman for TNT Post said the firm had worked with TDG in the past and the renewed link was “a great opportunity” for the firm. The group had formalised the relationship after TDG, which has recently launched a green audit for suppliers, stepped up its environmental focus.

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