MACMILLAN INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION
Macmillan International Higher Education
4 CRINAN ST,
*All Books are distributed through:
Macmillan Distribution (MDL)
Hampshire RG21 6XS
Tel: +441256 329242
Fax: +441256 842084
Customer service: Export@macmillan.co.uk Mrs Carol Trott
Macmillan Higher Education no longer authorizes the returns of Palgrave HE books (even if they are on MDL invoices (before March 1st, 2017).
All requests to authorize the returns of Palgrave HE should be sent to Springer Customer Service.
Please send any correspondence to Kerstin.Meissner@springernature.com
Please return Macmillan Higher Education publications back to MDL with a copy of authorization mail and copies of the HE-invoices:
SCSC c/o Macmillan Distribution (MDL),
Returns Door 10
Lye Industrial Estate
Swansea SA4 8QD
Macmillan Higher Education Textbooks
Operational Changes Guide for Customers Effective March 1st, 2017
Changes apply to imprints; Palgrave, WH Freeman, Worth Publishers, Bedford St Martin’s, Roberts, Sinauer, USB and ‘British Film Institute’.
Ordering Information & Customer Service Inquiries
Effective March 1st, 2017, all book orders for Palgrave Higher Education, including all of the above imprints, should be sent to:
Springer Customer Service Center GmbH
Tel: +49 (0) 6221 345 4301
Fax: +49 (0) 6221 345 4229
To be clear, customers can place mixed orders for Palgrave and Springer titles in a single order to SCSC. The order will automatically be split by SCSC, and routed to MDL and KNO accordingly for fulfillment. Customers will then receive separate invoices.
For all customers outside of the UK, all invoices for Palgrave and Springer orders will be priced in Euros.
To establish a new “price and availability” feed, please contact Customer Services to organize this. Orders through Nielsen and PubEasy will continue as per normal.
Whilst all orders and subsequent inquiries will need to be sent to Springer Customer Service Center GmbH, Palgrave Higher Education titles will continue to ship from Macmillan Distribution Limited (MDL), Swansea, UK. Details of your current routing/shipping requirements have been passed to Springer Customer Service Center GmbH by MDL.
Copies of invoices will continue to be included in the dispatched boxes from MDL, both inside and outside the cartons.
- From 1st March 2017, Returns are allowed between 4 to 16 months of invoice date and must be in resalable condition
- Include a copy of the packing slip or original invoice information to expedite processing and avoid a possible 10% processing penalty
- For your protection, we recommend all returns be sent via a traceable method
- Damaged books must be reported within 2 months of billing date
- Previous returns restrictions for specific global territories remains in place
- We are not responsible for product returned that does not belong to us
20. December 2017
Palgrave Higher Education has changed the name to Macmillan International Higher Education.
is a cutting-edge publisher of textbooks and learning resources for university-level students.
Develops and distributes textbooks, e-books and interactive e-learning resources primarily for University-level students, from undergraduate to postgraduate, in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business, and Study Skills.
Key subjects: Business, Economics, Law, Biochemistry, Genetics, Psychology, Film, Media and Cultural Studies.
As part of Springer Nature network is truly global and Palgrave has offices, staff and agents in over 50 countries.
As Macmillan International Higher Education, publish and distribute a range of successful imprints. MIHE publish the Palgrave imprint for a global audience and carry a selection of STEM textbooks from Springer.
Also represent Bedford St Martin’s, W.H. Freeman and Worth Publishers outside of North America.
Palgrave is an imprint of Macmillan, a company with deep historic roots, publishing its first books in 1843. In 1861 The Golden Treasury of the Best Songs & Lyrical Poems in the English Language was published, edited by Francis Turner Palgrave, from whom Palgrave would later take its name. In 1970, Palgrave, under the imprint of Macmillan Press, published the first edition of one of its current bestselling titles, Engineering Mathematics by K. A. Stroud, followed two years later by the economics text Growth and Development by Thirlwall. The Mastering series launched in 1982 andMastering Modern World History by Lowe is still a world-wide success today. Some of our key business titles were first published in the 1990s – Bratton and Gold's Human Resource Management is now going into its sixth edition. Reflecting the changing Higher Education environment, we launched our first study skills title in 1999, Cottrell's The Study Skills Handbook, helping many thousands of students to succeed in their studies through the discovery and development of their own personal learning styles. It is the UK's bestselling textbook in any subject.
At the turn of the millennium, the Palgrave brand was born and brought with it new ideas and technology to kick start our digital publishing. Most Palgrave titles are now published as eBooks as well as in print format, and some of our key titles include video, audio and interactive elements. We are market leaders in Politics, Study Skills and Social Work, with a great breadth and depth of publishing in Psychology, Business, Economics, and the Humanities, key titles in Law, Modern Languages and Engineering, and a popular British Film Institute imprint.
Bedford St Martin's
In 1981, Charles Christensen and Joan Feinberg founded an imprint of St. Martin's Press called Bedford Books and started work on The Bedford Reader. Today, Bedford St. Martin's is publishing across the disciplines of English, History, Communication, Music, and College Success. Books like A Writer's Reference, The Bedford Series in History and Culture, and A Speaker's Guidebook work because they grow from where disciplines are, where they're going, and what they need.
Springer is a leading global scientific, technical and medical portfolio, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content through innovative information, products and services.
In 1966, Robert Worth and his colleagues created Worth Publishers, a company dedicated to publishing a highly selective list of college textbooks, each individually developed to meet the needs of students and teachers in the Social Sciences. Worth is currently proud to be the home of the world's leading introductory psychology series by David Myers and 2008 Nobel laureate Paul Krugman's introductory economics texts, among other stellar texts.
In 1946, William Freeman founded W. H. Freeman and Company and published Linus Pauling's General Chemistry, which revolutionized the chemistry curriculum and established the prototype for a Freeman text. W.H. Freeman quickly became a publishing house where leading researchers could make significant contributions to mathematics and science and remains so today.