Danwood bought by Apogee - report

Hannah Breeze
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Sources claim an official announcement is imminent

Print specialist Danwood has been snapped up by Apogee, according to a local report, and industry chatter. Lincolnshire Business reported this morning that staff at Danwood have said Apogee has ...

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