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Founded in 1996 by Kevin Baker and Glenn Andre, Liverpool-based AB Screenprint provides a full range of promotional and display materials to a variety of businesses and individuals in and around the Liverpool area. The company has been using Nazdar inks supplied by Quality Print Services (QPS) for over a decade and they have consistently been extremely happy with the products and service they receive.

When TriStar Printers Ltd exited the downturn amongst a flooded and cut-throat traditional small format litho industry, the Blackburn print company re-aligned its business strategy in a concerted effort to add value for its customer base. This strategy involved adding 40% to its floor area to house a large format print department with a Canon Océ Arizona flatbed digital printer and alongside it a DYSS X7 digital cutter from AG/CAD.

Thames Graphics is a business that has kept pace with the trends and developments of the large format print industry since the company was founded in 1984. At the start of the new millennium, the High Wycombe company was moving toward digital print. However, it was the acquisition of the business by husband and wife team Alex and Ivan that really drove the company through its most successful decade of growth.

Following an excellent 2017, which saw Rocket moving to new premises and its business growing significantly, Rocket invested in an Agfa M3200i RTR from used printer specialist Josero Limited.

Living in a post-war poverty stricken 1950’s London, Alan Roberts and his father William made a living out of turning discarded cardboard boxes inside-out, re-gluing and re-selling the boxes. Inadvertently, the East-End business borne out of necessity was actually recycling, generations before the rest of the industry even grasped the concept.  

Thames Graphics is a business that has kept pace with the trends and developments of the large format print industry since the company was founded in 1984. At the start of the new millennium, the High Wycombe company was moving toward digital print. However, it was the acquisition of the business by husband and wife team Alex and Ivan that really drove the company through its most successful decade of growth.

Cartonéo is a French company based in the Jura Mountains that specialises in the manufacture of point of sale (POS) and point of information (POI) materials from flat and corrugated cardboard. Its customers come from sectors such as the food, automobile, cosmetics, wine and spirits and pharmaceutical industries.

The history of Canvey Island, which lies off the South Coast of Essex in the Thames Estuary, is one of community, invention and survival. Measuring seven square miles, the island – which is below sea level – is home to some 45,000 people living behind 14 miles of high sea walls.

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