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D&D Mailing embraces the Future

Wednesday, 31 January 2018
By Print21

Leading mailing house D&D Mailing Services has acquired Sydney-based competitor Future Sources NSW and will move the operation including ‘selected key staff’ into its Wetherill Park facility.

D&D director David Sykes was reluctant to discuss details about the purchase.  “We have made a significant investment but right now our priority is to ensure a smooth transition for our customers.”

D&D Mailing, which also operates a factory in Noble Park, Melbourne, revealed the move in an email to its customers.

The directors of D&D Mailing Services and Future Sources NSW have mutually agreed to amalgamate the companies and from 25 January 2018 all of the Future Sources work and selected key staff will be transferred to D&D Mailing Services.

 The transfer of their work and the relocation of their customer service and sales staff will be a seamless well planned operation, there will be no delays and there will be no changes to the quality of your service.  Your existing Trading Terms, credit facility and processing rates will not change.

 The directors of both D&D Mailing Services and Future Sources are personally committed to ensure the absolute success of this amalgamation. We look forward to talking to you soon however, if you have any questions about this amalgamation please do not hesitate in contacting us.

 David Docherty and David Sykes
D&D Mailing Services

Future Sources NSW at Alexandria in Sydney.

According to its now-removed website, Future Sources, based in the inner-city suburb of Alexandria, offered a complete and customised direct mailing service, from the supply of mailing lists to delivery. A large part of the business involved direct mailing of catalogues, while Future Sources also offered data management, document design, materials storage and inventory management

D&D Mailing Services (D&D) was formed over 15 years ago by two of Australia’s most experienced mail handling operators, David Sykes and David Docherty.

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