Deluxe Entertainment Services is making a round of redundancies as part of a restructure of the post business.

Up to 45 jobs could go as content services teams at Deluxe 142, Deluxe Digital Studios and ITFC are pulled together into a single division, to be known as Deluxe Media Services UK.

As part of the restructure, Deluxe’s UK businesses will be positioned within three worldwide divisions.

Chief operating officer Warren Stein will lead the company’s creative teams, executive vice president and general manager Rob Seidel will be in charge of the media services unit while Deluxe Europe managing director Ken Biggins will head up the company’s distribution division.

The company’s Deluxe 142 post-production operation will remain at its Wardour Street base as part of the creative division, which also includes Rushes, Method and Company 3.

In a statement, the company said the changes were being made as part of a “drive to proactively develop solutions and strategies that anticipate emerging trends in a continually evolving industry.”

“The bringing together of the best technology and people in these new divisions means that Deluxe is able to offer unparalleled media management solutions within an ever evolving technological landscape” added Biggins.

Deluxe acquired ITFC in August 2010. Four months later it bought the creative and media services divisions of Ascent.