Allander Print which was established in the year 1995 and was named the printer of the year in Scotland in 2016 and 2017, faced issues pertaining to unsustainable cash flow which occurred on account of the present COVID-19 limitations as per the FRP business advisory. FRP partners Iain Fraser and Tom MacLennan have sold their goodwill assets and intellectual property in the East Telferton based company to Tempus IME which is also based in the same city.

Two staff members at Allander Print have also been retained for assisting with site clearance and administrative duties alike. The Managing Director at Tempus IME, Robert Dryburgh, stated that Allander Print is a prestigious brand in the UK with a long and time-tested reputation for impeccable quality and service to customers. The company has been negatively impacted by COVID-19 in the same manner as multiple companies spread throughout the United Kingdom (UK).

According to MacLennan, Tempus IME has a novel business model which will provide ample support for the current customers at Allander Print while being able to come up with newer innovations centered on top-notch customer support. MacLennan also added that they were pleased to have sold Allander Print assets to Tempus IME while wishing every success to the new owners for their blueprints likewise. He stated that the focus will now lie on liaison with all agencies which are relevant including PACE for making sure that all assistance is given to staff members amidst these difficult times.

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