The contracts will see Wakefield-based, PMG Print Management supply and distribute operational marketing print for new clients in the hospitality, automotive and healthcare industries.
PMG delivers clever ideas and provides value through its creative services, which include managing print campaigns from idea to inception, through to storage and distribution services.
With an impressive track record of rapid growth, PMG will provide its print management services to Living Ventures, the operator of some of the most exciting brands in the UK’s restaurant and bar market including The Alchemist and Gusto.
Leading provider of digital healthcare resources, Tunstall Healthcare, has appointed PMG to assist with their print marketing needs.
Used Car Supermarket, The Car People has also commissioned PMG to support the supply and distribution of its operational print collateral across the business.
Headed up by managing director Mike Roberts, PMG has seen continuous growth throughout the past eight years, having increased turnover by 17% in the last twelve months. With a newly established business development team, the company has a promising future of growth ahead.
Commenting on the hat-trick of client wins, managing director Mike Roberts said: “We are thrilled to add three more leading companies to our growing client base. It is fantastic to be providing our clever print management services to such high profile, market leading companies, we look forward to seeing these partnerships develop over the coming months.”
Jonathan Allbones, director at The Car People said: “Moving from our previous print supplier and trying to find a single source supplier to take over our account was a large and daunting process. PMG has helped every step of the way, they were extremely competitive, and the most important factor to us is a supplier that can take over every element of our account with their expertise and pro-activeness at managing the account and dealing with everything in between. We look forward to seeing this partnership develop.”