Lyreco

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Lyreco Depot in Telford, England (2007)
A Lyreco supply van in London (2011)

Lyreco is a worldwide distributor of workplace products, founded in 1926 by G. Gaspard in the Valenciennes area of France. The company focused its development on the French territory during the 1970s. The Lyreco Group structure is now in 27 countries and 5 continents. The current slogan of Lyreco is "To Simplify Life at Work".

Re-branding[edit]

Starting in 2009, Lyreco's own brand products, formerly identified as "Impega" were re-branded simply to "Lyreco", with the Budget, Standard and Premium ranges remaining unaffected.[1]

Products[edit]

Lyreco's products include Catering & Hygiene, PPE, IT, Machine Consumables, Office Machines, Labels and Signage, Paper, Books & Pads, Writing, Stationery, Office, Furniture, Filing and Presentation, Personalised Print, Personalised PPE.

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