VAR Admiral Group has offloaded its copier arm to Danwood Group, claiming it did not gel with its core IT, telephony and video conferencing activities.
The agreement will see the transfer of all Admiral’s copier operations to print supply giant Danwood as of 10 September.
Admiral, which boasts a turnover of over £30m, said the unit’s face did not fit with its wider business.
David Stanton, managing director of Admiral IT, explained: “The sale of our copier business combined with Admiral’s unparalleled telephony, IT systems and video conferencing capabilities, enables the group to focus solely on our core strengths, namely providing our customers with the best communications services and support in the UK.”
With a turnover of £195m and 1,200 UK staff, Danwood claims to be Europe’s largest independent supplier of office printing equipment and document management solutions.
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