Eurospan

American academic and professional publishers such as Stanford University Press and the American Mathematical Society use Eurospan to sell their books on this side of the Atlantic. The company has exclusive European distribution agreements with 125 publishers, supplying their titles to booksellers and wholesalers, including Amazon. It also markets them to academics, libraries and professional associations. The company was founded in 1967 by the father of managing director Michael Geelan. In 2006 it acquired Turpin Distribution, a warehousing and fulfilment company, enabling it to provide speedy delivery on more than 100,000 titles. Adding a range of medical and scientific publishers has helped sales grow 56% a year from £1.4m in 2005 to £5.5m in 2008.

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Company details
Year2009
Rank94
CompanyEurospan
ActivityBook distributor
LocationCentral London
Annual sales rise over 3 years56.09%
Latest sales £000s5,472
Staff27
Founded1967
Websitewww.eurospan.co.uk

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