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Coutts Library Services A New Direction and A New Name

Press Release: Coutts Information Services [June 5, 2001]

Coutts Information Services is the new group name for John Coutts Library Services Ltd, Canada, Coutts Library Services Inc., USA, and BMBC Ltd, UK. The three companies merged in August 2000 to form an integrated global library services and book supply group. On May 1, 2001, the Group will begin operating under the brand, Coutts Information Services, complete with a new logo, a distinctive image, and bold plans to continue building on the Company's thirty year-old international reputation.

The Company has come a long way since Canadian teacher, John Coutts, launched the company in 1969. Today, the Group employs over 250 people and supplies books and special services to almost 4,000 libraries in more than 80 countries around the world. Coutts Information Services will combine the Company's remarkable experience and resources with ambitious plans for future development through increased investment in staff training, leading-edge technology and web-based services.

James Gray, Group Chief Executive: "We are extremely proud of our fresh new image. The new logo is a strong symbol, easily recognizable in countries across our global market. We have combined the best of the past with our vision of the future to create a banner under which we will move forward into the 21st Century."

Stephen Wilson, President North America, " I am delighted to be part of this extraordinary success story. Three strong companies operating under a strong international brand, utilizing superior common systems and processes while maintaining the commitment to local markets and customers that are the foundation of our success."

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Publication Year:2001
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:June 5, 2001
Publisher:Coutts Information Services
Company: Coutts Information Services
Record Number:23846
Last Update:2023-11-28 12:10:51
Date Created:2018-11-15 13:18:34