The BPIF is the principal business support organisation representing the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industry and is one of the country's leading trade associations. We are a not-for-profit-distribution organisation.
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As Stephens & George Print Group in Merthyr Tydfil celebrate 100 years of British Printing, we are proud to announce celebrations for the launch of the Stephens and George Centenary Charitable Trust that took place on Friday July 27th.
BGP has announced that it has invested in a new Komori cover press for its Bicester plant, to accommodate new contract work and increase production efficiencies.
BGP recently provided kit sponsorship for Waitrose Weekend, the weekly newspaper of Waitrose, as its team of 11 "Waitrose Wheelies" cyclists undertook a 54-mile charity bike ride from London to Brighton on 17th June.
BGP has announced that it is to print the official Diamond Jubilee Programme, which will commemorate Her Majesty the Queen’s 60 year reign.
Leading magazine printer Pensord has been awarded the Wales Quality Award for Manufacturing 2011 - the first time a first year entrant has triumphed in the 17 year history of the awards.
Ponllanfraith-based Pensord came out on top in the manufacturing sector in a ceremony held at Cardiff's City Hall. The achievement was based on the submission of an 18,000 word entry that focused on ten aspects of the printer's business - from Leadership and Strategy, to Quality to Customer Satisfaction, all looking at the quality throughout the organisation.
Alpha Colour Printers have beaten off hundreds of competitors to land the prestigious contract to do all of Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, NHS Gloucestershire and the 2gether trusts high quality print work for the next three years.
Alan Samson of Weidenfeld & Nicolson, one of the UK’s leading publishers, is this year’s guest speaker
The Printing Charity is delighted to announce that Alan Samson, publisher, of Weidenfeld & Nicolson, will be this year’s guest speaker at the charity’s 184th Annual Luncheon on Thursday, 3 November 2011, in the historic Stationers’ Hall, London.
Steve Sibbald, Unite national officer and trustee of The Printing Charity recognised in PrintWeek’s Power 100 for 2011.
Outgoing President Rupert Middleton presented the 2011 BPIF Outstanding Contribution to the UK Printing Industry Award to Halstan Chairman Chris Smith at the President’s Lunch on 14 July.
Rose Calendars welcomed local MP for Colchester, Bob Russell. On the day Barack Obama met MP's in the House of Commons, Bob commented he saw meeting local print business as being far more important and would not be travelling to London!
CMP retains its crown as one of the largest Xerox Nuvera users in the UK with 288 monochrome press solution provided by Xeretec
CMP, the Dorset based digital print specialist, prides itself on providing clients with innovative and unique digital print solutions. CMP has seen rapid growth across its business due to its use of cutting-edge print technology that provides faster, better-quality and more personalised services.
Robert McClements, Chief Executive of PrintYorkshire, to take part in the Peking to Paris Car Rally to raise money for The Printing Charity
Robert McClements, PrintYorkshire's Chief Executive, is taking part in the 2010 Peking to Paris Car Rally to help raise £25,000 for The Printing Charity, the national charity for the printing and publishing industries.
On 8 July 2010 Michael Johnson, Chief Executive of the British Printing Industries Federation, launched Hunts' new Print Café, the final part of a £250,000 investment programme carried out over the last 6 months at their Kidlington, Oxfordshire site. Purpose-built, modern, light and airy, with hot and cold drinks and nibbles freely available and a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV, the café is a treat for the firm's many clients. But it's clear that the Print Café is much more than just an extension to Hunts' public space. It is, in the words of Michael Johnson, representative of 'a new focus' for the business, now entering its 50th year.
One of Europe's leading producers of screen-printed graphics has moved out of Birmingham to Redditch in a major business coup for the town.
ArtCAM's new innovative features allow decorative print finishers worldwide to dramatically enhance their working methods.