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Paperlinx employees find new beginnings

A number of former Paperlinx employees have seen their fortunes turn around with new places for them in the industry.

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Premier Paper and Papergraphics are helping former Paperlinx employees pick up their careers where they left off

Wide-format media supplier Papergraphics has appointed the now defunct paper firm’s UK digital solutions team to new roles, as Papergraphics looks to increase its presence in the wide-format print market.

Managing director of Papergraphics Nathan Atkins states: “Following the unfortunate developments at Paperlinx, we approached the team to discuss whether a collaboration would be possible. We’re delighted to welcome the team on board.

“We see great value in the technical ability and passion for the industry that this group of talented individuals displays.”

Following the unfortunate developments at Paperlinx, we approached the team to discuss whether a collaboration would be possible



It has also emerged that paper merchant Premier Paper has employed 30 former staff as it acquires assets of reel paper and savory paper business from Paperlinx. The newly formed Premier Reel Paper will also operate from Paperlinx’s Castle Donington site.

Managing director of Premier Paper, Graham Griffiths comments: "The recent unfortunate events at Paperlinx have resulted in redundancy for many people. We are delighted to be able offer more than 30 jobs to a team of people with many years’ experience and a great track record in the business forms, direct mail and digital inkjet markets.

“This is an excellent opportunity to grow our business in this sector and the fit with our current business ensures that paper producers have a route to market and customers have a service offer that they can rely on."

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