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The Fed has been advised by Smiths News and Menzies Distribution that publisher production delays may result in some periodicals being delayed in reaching the stores this week. Details are:

Menzies Distribution

What’s on TV, Grazia and Heat / Grazia Travel Pack (Ireland only)

  • Expected to be 24 hours late, and delivered to stores in Ireland on Wednesday, September 6, 2023.

OK Weekly and OK Bumper Pack

  • Expected to be 24 hours late to stores supplied by Bow, SE London and Camberley.
  • Likely to be 24 hours late to all Scotland stores; stores in Northern England may also be impacted.

Heat/Grazia Travel Pack

  • Expected to be 24 hours late to all stores in Northern England and Scotland.

Smiths News

What’s on TV

  • Expected to be delivered on September 6, 2023 to shops served by Nottingham and Newport depots.

Members are advised to contact their wholesaler’s customer service for more information and support.

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