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North West print communications firm Indigo Lithoprint celebrates 19 years in business.
It's a good news story about print, how often do you see one of those?
Mark Nicholson said "19 years is great, but we’re already looking forward to making it 20 years next year and will continue to make improvements which will benefit new and existing clients for many more years beyond that. Manufacturing print is not easy and it has evolved a tremendous amount since we started, but we have worked hard to be at the stage that we are at now and the recession has reminded us of our roots and what we have achieved in our time of trading.”
He went on to say “We realised early on that building strong relationships with our clients was always more important than the machines we were using to output the print. This won’t change at all and it will continue to underpin everything that we do."
The company originally began life as a lithographic printer, with a single two colour machine, but continued to evolve since its move to a larger 4500 square ft in 2004 to offer a range of services that fit with its "all under one roof" print service ethos.
Clients served include Salford City Council, The Alzheimer’s Society, Graduate Prospects, Peel, Corus, EEF, Allied London, Manchester University and various NHS Primary Care Trusts.
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Print communications firm based In Manchester, England serving a mix of public, private and charity and third sector clients for 19 years.