Good service key to success during downturnBy Alan Bunce
February 26, 2013
Old-fashioned good service is the key to fighting the recessionary times, according to family-run print firm Campbell Print.
The business, based in Broughton Road on the Portman Road industrial area, has kept some of the area’s biggest local names on its client base throughout the economic downturn including Emulex and Laithwaite’s Wine.
Production manager Lee Roff said: “It’s about the quality and customer service. That’s where the difference is. That’s what we really pride ourselves on, customer service.”
Campbell Print, he said, has built up trust over more than 20 years in Reading.
Staff have a total of more than 100 years experience and the firm offers both traditional lithographic print and digital technology.
Mr Roff said Campbell Print was able to meet the printing needs of all its customers through investment in the latest equipment.
Traditional lithographic printing is ideal for letterheads and large runs of leaflets, brochures, compliment slips and business cards.
The modern digital press offers exceptional quality and is suitable for booklets, postcards and smaller runs of flyers and leaflets.
The firm has two large format printers which allow it to produce stickers of any shape, large posters which can be laminated, mounted or fixed to a roller banner stand for internal exhibitions or vinyl banners with eyelets for external display
Mr Roff added: ”We are able to guide you through the planning process, artwork preparation and suggest suitable media, type, weight and finish to give the best possible results and get you noticed.”
Contact (0118) 950 5087 or visit www.campbellprint.co.uk