Lydiatt is credited with helping Communisis move into digital colour printing and in his new senior project management role, he’ll be working on the “smooth integration of new business” and delivering ProCo’s “innovative technology solutions.”
“I’m delighted to join a company with such enthusiasm for the industry. As front runners in digital, there is a great synergy with my background and the next stage of development that ProCo are progressing directly towards. I am tremendously excited about contributing within that transition and growth,” he said.
ProCo’s clients include HP, Unicef and DFS. It employs more than a hundred staff at its Sheffield base.