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Communisis has acquired Life Marketing Consultancy, the marketing agency with 70 staff in London and Birmingham, for £23m.

Communisis has acquired The Communications Agency, the London-based brand response agency with 42 staff, for £8m.

Communisis has acquired Jacaranda Productions, the London-based video production firm, for £1.5m, as well as London-based Public Creative for £0.3m.

Communisis UK is to set up a new 26,000 sq ft office for its marketing business at International House in Liverpool.

Communisis has acquired Editions Publishing, the Edinburgh-based content marketing agency with 31 staff, for £5.9m.

Communisis is to relocate its cheque production operation from Trafford Park to Leeds later this year, and much of its Leeds-based direct mail work will be outsourced.

Communisis is to invest £10m in new equipment for its printing plant in Liverpool, with the creation of 50 jobs.

Communisis has bought the trade and assets of OBL, the Bristol-based marketing services firm, out of administration for £2.2m.

Communisis has acquired Absolute Intuistic, the Surrey-based data services company, for up to £13m.

Communisis is to sell its Bath-based print management operation to management for £13m.

Communisis, the printing company, is planning to set up a 100,000 sq ft site at the Estuary Business Park in Speke in 2007, but 40 jobs will initially be created at a temporary site in Bootle in January 2006.

Communisis, the Leeds-based print company, has won an outsourcing contract from HSBC which will involve the transfer of 255 HSBC staff, and has also announced plans to build a new "centre of excellence" over the next 18 months.

Communisis is planning to expand the workforce at its recently-acquired Dataform print management business on Tyneside from 107 to 125.

Communisis has acquired Dataform, the Newcastle-based print management company, for £22m.

Communisis has sold its colour cards business to Colwell Industries of the US for £12m, in order to focus on print solutions.

Communisis is to acquire Centurion, the Rickmansworth-based print management services company with 135 staff, for £42m.

Communisis, the information management company, is planning a £1.2m expansion at its factory in Lisburn, with the creation of 20 jobs.

Communisis has sold Waddington's former US healthcare packaging operation to a new company formed by Linsalata Capital Partners for £31m, and the Howitts commercial printing operation to management for £6m.

Communisis has sold its Jaycare pharmaceutical packaging business to a company backed by 3i for £29m, while its envelopes business is being sold to Bong Ljungdahl of Sweden for £7.5m.