HARD on the heels of two new Midlands-based contracts announced last month, Shirley-based etrinsic has secured another brand-new local business win to supply print management services to housing association, Midland Heart.
In a contract worth an estimated £250,000 annually, etrinsic, based on Stratford Road, has been appointed to manage the association’s print procurement and production including newsletters and communications, stationery and mailings.
Midland Heart is one of the top ten housing and regeneration groups in the country and the largest based in the Midlands. With £140 million annual turnover, it manages 32,000 homes and provides care and support services in over 6,000 settings.
“We will deliver the very best value and efficiency to Midland Heart for its printed material,” said Matt Bird, etrinsic’s managing director.
“We are highly experienced in the housing sector and able to provide a bespoke service that will enable Midland Heart to achieve its quality and budget objectives.
“This is yet another brand-new business win for etrinsic and further proof that companies and organisations are turning to us to help not only get the most from their current print spend but also to develop a strategic plan to deliver outstanding value for the future.”
Sarah Clee of Midland Heart said: “Being able to deliver the best possible return on our spend was a requirement to be demonstrated before we shortlisted possible partners.
“We awarded the contract to etrinsic as we felt they were best able to provide for our existing needs and, more importantly, to support processes we wanted to adopt in the future.”
Last month, etrinsic announced new contract wins with Midlands-based LaSer UK and BAXI Group.