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Infomedia 18 merges publishing services

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India-based media conglomerate, Infomedia 18, has merged its three publishing services businesses, CEPHA, Keyword, and International Typesetting and Composition, to form Glyph International.

The publisher and printer claims the new company is one of the largest providers of publishing services in the world. Offices are currently sited in Bangalore, Fort Lauderdale, London, Minneapolis, New Delhi, New York, and Toronto, with new operations planned for Germany, France, Spain, and Australia.
Hymanand Angara, executive vice president of operations, said: 'Glyph International provides publishers with the choice of using domestic or offshore resources, thus optimising costs for each project and dramatically improving quality and service levels. The expanded resource base allows us to provide end-to-end services to publishers, including development and workflow management.'