The contract with an unnamed North London borough council covers standard print, branded promotional products, specialist printing along with creative services for digital and print.
The deal was signed on 15 April.
It’s a lead supplier deal, with the Visual team either producing the work in-house or managing the outsourcing through its supplier network.
The Lincoln-headquartered business, which also has an office in Scotland, continues to fulfil design, print and distribution projects for business-critical communications through the lockdown.
This latest local authority deal follows the business securing four similar deals last year, which brings the eight-staff firm’s total tally of client councils to 10 local authorities across the UK including councils based in London, the Midlands, South East and Wales.
Visual Print & Design’s managing director Graham Hunstone said: “During what is a very difficult period, I’m absolutely delighted that we’ve successfully obtained another contract with a local authority and are supporting them with their print, design, large format and promotional merchandise requirements.
“It is so important that local authorities keep communication with businesses and the general public at an all-time high and that’s exactly how we’re helping our clients during this time of uncertainty.”
The business was established in 2009 by Hunstone and offers in a full range of print and design services including marketing material, corporate stationery, publications, direct mail, exhibition displays and branded merchandise.