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"It has been a long but very enjoyable journey”

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By Jo Francis, 23 September 2019

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Over the summer Precision Colour Printing managing director Alex Evans announced he would be standing down from his role in February next year, after a near 40-year career at the Telford web offset printer and its parent group.

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