back to listings SME Profile: Multigraphics Ltd
Multigraphics is one of the UK’s leading Point-Of-Sale and Point-Of-Purchase suppliers with unique, large format technology. It’s also the UK’s dominant supplier of banners to the retail/leisure sector. In 2005 we expanded our cardboard engineering department, and now offer a complete design and build service for point of purchase displays and freestanding display units.
Since a 3i backed BIMBO in 2004, the company has grown in size, moved to new purpose built premises and invested over £1m in technology.
With a current turnover of c£9m, we service a wide range of blue chip organisations, including a great many of the UK’s high street retailers, supermarkets, restaurant chains, breweries, agencies, print management companies and fellow printers, with high quality banners, point of sale and point of purchase, printed either screen or digitally.
We have some of the biggest screen presses in Europe with an impression size of 3.7m x 1.6m and our three machines (two, four and five colours) enable us to print very large formats in 4 or 5 colours in one pass.
We continually invest heavily in large format digital print capability and now have three Vutek web presses (2 x 5m, 1 x 2m) and a 2m flatbed Vutek.
We are currently working towards ISO9001 and PAS75 accreditation and to further enhance our efficiency we are integrating a full MIS system.
In addition to our printing capabilities we have a comprehensive finishing department carrying out die cutting, hemming, eyeleting, stitching, collation, packing and shrink-wrapping. For some clients we operate a ‘pick and pack’ capability distributing a wide variety of printed matter direct to the stores. Having all facilities in-house allows us complete control at every stage of every job, with no necessity to involve a third party. In addition, we have our own transport department, with a fleet of vehicles delivering nationwide daily.
We have won several quality awards including a FESPA Gold award for quality in 2003 and the DSPA ‘large format digital’ award in 2005.
Whether you need a one-off banner or 2,000 Foamex display boards we have the right equipment to produce a high quality job, efficiently and cost effectively.
We look forward to speaking with you soon and discussing your specific requirements in detail: 01274 683 434 / email@example.com
Multigraphics wins ‘PrintWeek’s Printing Company of the Year’ award.
On the 23rd October 2006, Multigraphics won the UK’s most prestigious of printing awards to become the PrintWeek Printing Company of the Year.
Multigraphics, who specialise in retail and promotional print for supermarkets and high street retailers, were chosen against stiff competition ‘for continually achieving enviable business performance, while all the time innovating and embracing new technology and techniques.’ Multigraphics employs more than 120 people supplying customers all over the UK and mainland Europe.
Managing director Gary Lasham said ‘Winning this award is a great tribute to the incredible hard work and enthusiasm of our staff who are always prepared to go the extra yard to ensure our customers get what they want on time and to the highest quality.’ The editor of PrintWeek and chair of the judging panel, Lauretta Roberts, said ‘Multigraphics exceeded every goal they set for themselves this year and I have a feeling that apart from being smart business people, a lot of that is down to sheer enthusiasm, good humour and hard work.’
Gary Lasham continues ‘This award should really help us boost sales still further and we look forward to continuing our position as one of the north east’s leading employers.’
Bradford printer makes big energy savings in planned reduction of carbon emissions
Bradford based large format printer Multigraphics, which specialises in retail promotional print for High Street retailers and leisure outlets, has outperformed Government targets and improved its energy efficiency by 28% over the last year through investment in new systems and innovations in lighting and heating usage.
Multigraphics' managing director Gary Lasham said:
"All businesses are taxed on their energy use but the Government runs a scheme to offset some of the tax by agreeing energy saving measures. It's important for our customers that we keep ahead of the green issue"