LEONARD CURTIS administrators have managed to save 13 jobs at printing company Blueprint Cambridge in a pre-pack sale.
Andrew Duncan and Neil Bennett, directors at Leonard Curtis, were appointed to the Foxton-based company on 16 July with the directors making about 30 redundancies prior to the appointment.
It ran into difficulties following the acquisition of Burlington Press and has now been sold to former rivals Cambridge Digital Press.
A statement from the administrators said: “We are delighted that the digital printing operations were sold as a going concern and that a number of jobs have been preserved.”
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