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Dundurn Switches To POD In The U.K.

Posted at 6:31AM Thursday 24 Jul 2014

Toronto-based independent publisher Dundurn Press announced yesterday that it is switching its U.K. sales and distribution to Ingram Publisher Services and a print-on-demand system in the territory.

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