Jobs created at saved print firm

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Print and document firm Service Point is advertising more than 40 vacancies, including at its base in Rotherham, less than two months after it was sold by its Spanish parent company as it struggled to restructure debts.

Following its acquisition by the Paragon Group, Service Point is launching a recruitment campaign with vacancies including project and business development managers, client services executives and retail operatives.

Tom Harrison, of Service Point, said: “Everyone at has been working tremendously hard over the past eight weeks to take the business forward. This is a new start for us and presents an excellent opportunity for those who want to work within the industry. Employing high-quality professionals that have the skills, ambition and determination is just the start.“

The firm was committed to a “significant” investment programme over the next three years he added. More than 400 jobs were saved in the UK when Service Point was acquired by Paragon, of Wakefield.