Retailers face the prospect of sourcing a new postcard and calendar supplier after the UK’s oldest publisher of the products announced a proposal to cease trading.
In a letter sent to customers, J Salmon, which was founded in 1880, blamed the proposal on “increasingly challenging trading conditions”, as well as a lack of new family members joining the business.
The company said it intends to stop…
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