Paperlinx restructures European sites

Paperlinx has announced further cuts to its European operations. This includes the closure of leased premises in Nottingham, Sheffield and Leeds in the UK with the loss of 65 jobs. These sites will be consolidated into the existing network of the UK business together with a move to a central IT platform.
In Germany Paperlinx will consolidate a number of existing logistics warehouses and sales offices into the central warehouse in Biebesheim with the Hannover and Leipzig sites closed in the first quarter of the of 2014 and the loss of 75 jobs. Paperlinx hopes this will return the German business to profitability in FY15.





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