Apogee buys Danwood

Merge-AheadApogee has written a cheque for fellow print outfit Danwood, claiming their glorious nuptials union will create Europe’s largest independent specialist in managing print.

Apogee made the announcement, confirming it has snapped up Danwood for an undisclosed sum.

In the announcement, Apogee said its board of directors, led by its joint CEOs Jason Colins and Robin Stanton-Gleaves, will continue to manage the group following the deal.

Apogee said Danwood’s presence in the SME, corporate and public sector space in the UK will “significantly enhance” its client base, which currently consists of 10,000 retained customers and 8,000 transactional ones.

Apogee’s Collins said: “This significant acquisition for Apogee provides us with the scale and reach to be a leading player in the European market for managed print services. Danwood has terrific strengths that complement Apogee’s offering and strategy, including a large client base of major corporate businesses, government and public sector organisations, and a strong service network that will increase the group’s coverage and capacity to support its clients across the UK and continental Europe.”