Lincolnshire-based print management firm Systematic Print has won a three-year, £1m contract to provide all printed materials for recycling giant Suez.
The 42-year-old, family-run business, which has already worked with Suez for a number of years, has won a new three-year contract that will see it provide all printed requirements for the recycling firm’s hundreds of sites throughout the UK.
Systematic managing director, Chris Robey, said: “We have had a relationship with Suez for a number of years. We’ve worked with them to introduce new technology to help them operate more efficiently and it's fantastic that they’ve recognised the hard work and high standards in what we do by awarding us this contract."
The 26-staff business outsources all its print work to a network of nationwide suppliers while its office, design studio and storage facilities are all based under one roof at its 930sqm premises in Caistor.
Systematic turns over £3m a year and provides print management services to a range of nationwide, multi-site businesses including financial, industrial and agricultural operations with broad print, mailing and marketing requirements.
“Our primary focus is on project management and helping clients achieve their business objectives both internally and externally by helping them attracting new business,” said Robey.
He added: "We are seeing real growth in mailing, labels and personalised printed marketing and so we are looking to develop that within the business going forward.”