Under the renewed print contract, IN&M will print The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph in full colour at its Newry print plant for the next 15 years.
In a new deal, Trinity Mirror's Scottish paper the Daily Record will be printed on the Colorliner presses at the IN&M plant in Belfast. IN&M has also renewed the contract to print the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror in full colour at the IN&M plant at Royal Avenue, Belfast for the next seven years.
Michael Brophy, IN&M's chief executive for Northern Ireland, said the two agreements were "a tribute to the people who have built the plants" in Belfast and Newry and to the members of staff who "work throughout the night to bring UK national newspapers to the streets" of Northern Ireland.
In Northern Ireland, IN&M now prints all Trinity Mirror titles, the Telegraph titles, News International's The Sun and News of the World, Daily Express and Sunday Express, Daily Star, Irish Star, Sunday World, Sunday Tribune, The Independent and a series of magazines for the Independent.
The IN&M plants in Belfast and Newry print 200 million copies of 35 titles every year.