The Eastern Daily Press (EDP) is printed six days a week, with up to five editions printed each day and a total print run for the week of over 465,000 copies. Copies are distributed throughout the Eastern Counties of England.
When Archant Print Centre was opened in 1994, the EDP was its first title.
Earlier it was printed at Prospect House as a broadsheet but shortly after moving it changed to a full colour tabloid newspaper.
Over the years the EDP has increased in size, especially through printing additional supplements.
On a weekly basis Archant Print Centre pre-prints and inserts five EDP supplements including property and motor supplements with two of the five being stitched and trimmed. Pre-print and special advertising insertions, booklets and leaflets are regular additions.
The EDP is delivered directly to newsagents, the distribution department utilising the Archant Print Centre to print and label individual bundles addressed to over 850 outlets.
"Printing a multi-edition daily newspaper is a demanding job, but Archant Print deliver consistently for us on deadlines and quality"
P Waters, Editor www.edp24.co.uk