Communisis has strengthened its relationship with BT by scooping a five-year contract to produce of all the telecom giant’s billing and associated customer communications, starting in December.
The company has handled the BT shareholder communications for a number of years; this contract will be run out of its Liverpool operation, using high-speed colour digital technology.
Andy Blundell, chief executive, said: “We are delighted to be entering a strategically important new relationship with BT. This provides further evidence of the attraction of the group’s market-leading propositions in the application of high-speed colour digital technology for transactional communications.”
Communisis also handles Everything Everywhere’s marketing collateral, and was heavily involved in the company’s new 4G high-speed network launch earlier this month.
Communisis said its success in winning new work is more than compensating for falling demand for “more mature products”. It recently revealed a bullish outlook, with operating profits set to rise by 23%.
However, it is closing a cheque personalisation plant in Northern Ireland, with the loss of 46 jobs, and cutting back its Leeds direct mail plant, where it is consulting over 16 job cuts from a total 375-strong workforce.
Communisis reveals bullish outlook