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KP Services (Jersey) Limited is owned by All Island Media, the parent company of the Jersey Evening Post, and Bailiwick Express.

KP Services (Jersey) Limited prints the Jersey Evening Post as well as the majority of U.K. national newspapers for distribution in both Jersey and Guernsey. This allows the Islands to avoid the frequent delays associated with flying the newspapers in on the day of publication.


The publications are printed on two Kodak Prosper 6000P presses which are powered by an advanced Intelligent Print System (IPS) that continuously monitors, evaluates and adjusts operations to ensure exceptional quality output. This means that the presses can monitor and instantly correct colour registration, delivering enhanced registration performance. The presses were designed specifically for publishing applications such as newspapers and books and are ideally suited for printing a large number of low-volume titles.


KP Services (Jersey) Limited also use four of the Hunkeler Combi-Solution Newspaper finishing lines, which allow for fully-automated changeover between Tabloid and Broadsheet formats as well as the automated collation of multiple sections. Every newspaper going through the folding and collating sub-system can have a different number of pages with a maximum page count of 140 Tabloid pages per newspaper.


"Taking this innovative print technology and applying it to daily newspaper production is a challenge but it creates around 30 new jobs, helps diversify employment choices and ensures that readers of national newspapers and the JEP get a quality copy, printed on island every day, regardless of weather or problems with transport links. KPS Jersey will become a centre of excellence and a template for Island publishers around the world"
- Alan Palin, General Manager, KPServices (Jersey) Ltd
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