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Milnthorpe Development Reinforces Sign and Display Division

Maurice Oliver and Heather McKellar who are in charge of the specialist print and exhibition department at Milnthorp
Maurice Oliver and Heather McKellar who are in charge of the specialist print and exhibition department at Milnthorp

[H]&H Reeds Printers, Cumbria’s largest dedicated print company based in Milnthorpe and Penrith, have today announced that they have reinforced their sign and display division with the further development of their Milnthorpe office and workshop.

This announcement comes only weeks after their recent investment of over £1/4 million pounds in new equipment and facilities, including a state of the art digital printing press and stitching line at their Penrith plant.  The aim of this progression for the company is consolidation, bringing together under one roof their specialist knowledge and expertise of the signage industry.

The site at Milnthorpe works alongside the main printing site at Penrith, which has recently undergone a huge investment.  Everything from bespoke signs to exhibition and marketing material will be manufactured at the site and they will continue to offer an installation service across Cumbria and beyond.

H&H Reed Printers is one of the leading print businesses in the North West, and one of the most forward thinking in the UK.  The 45 employees are all specialists in their field and the company’s sign and display division are signage industry experts.

Andy Jackson, Managing Director of H&H Reeds Printers commented:  “We have built up our sign and exhibition division in recent years through two the sites at Milnthorpe and Carlisle.

“By bringing the team together on one site it has allowed us to combine resources under one roof, improving efficiency, whilst continuing to deliver the excellent level of knowledge and standard of workmanship that our customers have come to know us for.

“We are very much a one stop shop for anything to do with print, and as the leading printer in Cumbria, this move further strengthens our business.”

Renowned for their high levels of customer care and attention, the signage division offers a complete service from project consultation and design, to producing graphics, artwork and printing, through to construction and installation.  Working across the industrial, commercial and private sectors products they produce include, bespoke signage of all types from a simple flat panel to a bespoke contour cut 3D masterpiece with dedicated lighting, to vehicle wrapping and lettering, and exhibition stands.

The company has a large customer base across the North West, however 20% of its work comes from out outside the region, with its furthest away customer based in the Falkland Islands.

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