Precision Colour Printing in May celebrated 25 years in commercial print. With an established reputation for producing high quality magazines and catalogues, PCP is at the forefront of the printing world which has led to the company being named Print Week’s Consumer Magazine and Catalogue Printer of the year.
To mark the anniversary PCP held a charity fund-raising party for staff, customers, and key suppliers, some of whom have served, or been served, by PCP for the full quarter of a century. Alex Evans – Managing Director of Precision Colour Printing said:
“I have been with PCP for over 30 years since its launch as a colour newspaper printer, and we have grown from a workforce of 50 to over 200. The industry has changed over the past decade as new technology has been both a threat to the printing industry in general but also instrumental in improving print production time and quality.”
“The most important part of our business is our relationship with our customers. Our team is committed to working closely with them to gain a full understanding of their need; we pride ourselves on a true partnership approach with effective communication to establish the requirement and then a hands-on approach to project manage each job through to its conclusion.”
“To reach this milestone is a reflection of the hard work and commitment from all our staff at Precision Colour Printing. We would also like to thank both our customers and suppliers who have supported us on this journey.”
Precision Colour Printing is delighted to have raised £3,000 through a charity raffle and auction, with generous prizes, kindly donated by their suppliers. The funds will be split between Midlands Air Ambulance and Help for Heroes.