“The membership of the PDF will be doing their best in 2017 to ensure that the supply chain carries on working efficiently and improves where possible.
Above all the PDF is ready to listen: if you have anything to say about the supply chain, let us know!.”
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THE PRESS DISTRIBUTION CHARTER HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY WHOLESALERS, DISTRIBUTORS AND PUBLISHERS TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE A GOOD SERVICE, HELPING YOU TO SELL MORE NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES.
This, the second edition of the Charter, is the result of a consultation process under an independent Chairman who listened to the views of retailers.
The Charter is backed by a free, fair, fast and reliable complaints process and covers all non-
The Press Distribution Charter
The Press Distribution Review Panel (PDRP) is a self-
It is also responsible for compliance to the Press Distribution Charter.
The Press Distribution Forum (PDC) has developed the Press Distribution Charter as our promise of good service. It sets out the standards you can expect from publishers and wholesalers, and helps you find solutions if things go wrong. It is supported by all the leading publishers and wholesalers, and it applies to all retailers.
The purpose of the Press Distribution Forum (PDF) is to provide a self-
regulated forum for associations and companies involved in the supply and distribution of newspapers and magazines and to ensure the continuation of a diverse and plural press with its widespread availability to retailers and consumers.
PDF invites applications for a Chair of PDRP
The PDF is part way through a review of the PDRP, the PDF now invites qualified individuals to register their interest in the position of Chair to lead the PDRP Committee.
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New Chairman 2017
Mike Newman commented, “The PDF continues to strive and support the role within the heart of our industry.
Discussions continue to make progress with the NFRN and other trade bodies over the issues facing the industry and pleased to represent the NMA as Chairman for the last 12 months. Frank will lead us through the next twelve months with his wealth of knowledge and with great veracity. I wish him every success.”