Northumberland-based Azure Printing invests in new digital press

Azure Printing has invested in a state of the art digital press complete with finishing units that can produce books, brochures and business cards at a faster rate

Photo credit: Ian McClelland Allen Lynn, Gary Alsop, Paul Reed and Alan Cowen
Allen Lynn, Gary Alsop, Paul Reed and Alan Cowen

Azure Printing has invested in a state of the art digital press complete with finishing units that can produce books, brochures and business cards at a faster rate.

The digital press will complement the Northumberland-based company’s existing litho presses allowing flexibility to meet both short and long run work for customers.

Trading since 1989, and employing eight full time staff, Azure Printing is a successful printing and design company with a big heart. As part of Azure Charitable Enterprises its mission is to improve the lives of people who are disabled or disadvantaged. This means that clients who have corporate literature designed and printed here are also helping the local community because all surpluses are ploughed back into the charity.

Additionally, Azure Printing also employs three registered disabled staff.

Allan Lynn, manager at Azure Printing said: “We have gained an excellent reputation for providing quality products at competitive prices to a varied customer base.’’

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