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New Distribution Arrangement between Taylor and Francis and RIBA Enterprises.

We are delighted to announce a new distribution arrangement between Taylor and Francis and RIBA Enterprises, the publishing arm of the Royal Institute of British Architects, for books published under the RIBA, RIBA Publishing and NBS imprints. Commencing on 1st October 2012 Taylor and Francis will be the exclusive distributor for all published titles outside of the UK and Ireland: RIBA Enterprises remains the exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland.

RIBA Publishing is one of the leading providers of high quality information for architects, built environment professionals and students around the world and is therefore an ideal complement to our own Routledge Architecture, Construction, Planning and Landscape lists. Taylor and Francis’s comprehensive international sales and marketing network will bring RIBA Publishing titles to global markets for the first time under a unified distribution agreement.

Orders:

Effective from 1st October 2012 all orders for accounts outside UK and Ireland must be sent to Taylor & Francis. Accounts within UK and Ireland should continue to place orders directly with RIBA Publishing.

Ordering contact information for Taylor & Francis is as follows:

US, Canada, North & South America
Taylor & Francis
7625 Empire Drive
Florence, Kentucky 41042-2919, USA
Toll-Free Phone: +1 (800) 634-7064
Toll-Free Fax: +1 (800) 248-4724
Email: orders@taylorandfrancis.com
 

Europe, Asia, Australia & Africa
Taylor & Francis Customer Services
Bookpoint
130 Milton Park
Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4SB, UK
Telephone: +44 (0) 1235 400 400
Fax: +44 (0) 1235 400 401
Email: book.orders@tandf.co.uk

Titles ordered from Taylor & Francis from 1st October 2012 will be subject to Taylor & Francis’ normal terms and conditions.
 

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