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The Tall Group buys cheque printing firm DLRS

20 May 2015  |  1754 views  |  0 Source: The Tall group

The Tall Group of Companies has today strengthened its position as market leader in the provision of secure print and payment solutions with the acquisition of DLRS (NI) Ltd, based in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

The TALL Group has confirmed the takeover of the cheque printing firm from its parent company DLRS Ltd, who is headquartered in Bray, Ireland.

DLRS (NI) is an established CPAS accredited cheque printer with an annual turnover of around £3 million. The company produces standard, personalised cheque and credit books for a number of leading financial organisations in the UK and Ireland. DLRS (NI) also produces secure documents for government applications.

The acquisition enables the TALL Group, which comprises TALL Security Print Ltd and Checkprint Ltd, to add a range of standard cheque and credit books to the industry-leading portfolio of products and services it already provides to financial organisations in both the UK and internationally. No changes are envisaged to the existing DLRS (NI) operational model or its 24-strong workforce.

Martin Ruda, Managing Director of the TALL Group of Companies, said: “This acquisition is the start of another exciting chapter for the TALL Group and it ensures the business now has a fully operational capability for the production of standard cheque books. The company can look forward to a continued period of growth and the expansion of its geographical footprint driven by an increasing range of world class products and services.” 

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