Macmillan is set to open a printing press in Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh office of Macmillian is to be converted into a printing and distribution centre, The Times of India reported on Tuesday.
The news comes just days after it was revealed that the company plans to build a £1.3bn digital printing facility in the city.
A Macmillin spokesperson told the Times of Indian newspaper that the site was under consideration and would open in 2020.
Macmillian has been in operation in Scotland since 2007, when it acquired a printing service provider from a Scottish company called Gifford.
MacMillan employs around 4,000 people across Scotland.
The company is also a leading printer and distributor of printers in the United Kingdom.
The company has been running its Glasgow printing press since it opened in 2006, and in 2019 it expanded to Edinburgh.