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    SR Print Management acquired by West Yorkshire rival

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    KBS Corporate has advised on the successful acquisition of Staffordshire-based SR Print Management Ltd by leading print and IT solutions provider, Hague Print Media Limited.

    Operating out of Hednesford, Staffordshire, SR Print Management employs 7 staff and has been growing steadily since its creation. Procuring litho, digital, screen and promotional print on behalf of its clients, SR Print Management also specialises in storage, pick, pack and distribution throughout the UK and worldwide.

    KBS Corporate identified no less than 10 potential buyers and the deal represents Hague’s first acquisition to date and it follows on from a successful year, which saw them expand their presence in Africa, and more recently set-up a new company in Sydney, Australia.

    The company, which has UK offices in West Yorkshire, Manchester and Cardiff, specialises in security print, labels and IT solutions with export customers in over 50 countries.

    Nathan Wain, Director at Hague said: “We are very pleased to welcome SR Print Management’s team to the Hague family. They are highly experienced, with a wealth of industry knowledge. SR Print Management’s geographical position fits well with Hague’s existing offices and their offering and customer base will complement our growing presence in the UK and global markets.”

    Steve Rushton, SR Print Management Managing Director and Founder adds: “SR’s success over the years is down to the loyalty of its client base, which is a testimony to the ‘can-do’ attitude and professionalism of its staff and the good relationships it has with its suppliers. We are excited to join the Hague Group. It will give our customers access to new sources of supply and products not previously offered, potential savings and an extended industry knowledge.”

    SR Print Management will continue to operate from its Staffordshire base.

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