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Luxury Packaging Printer of the Year 2015: Boss Print

“Great detail, great consistency, great impact - a great entry all round,” was the judges verdict. The box-and-scroll achievement presentation box for Royal Holloway University included a paper-over-board box tray with a foil-blocked lid and internal scroll in three special colours.

Out-of-home Printer of the Year 2015: Octink

Eager for the redevelopment of the Battersea Power Station to stand out during construction, the development company turned to Octink to bring to life concepts for the exterior hoarding, signage and large-format banners for this iconic landmark.

Fine Art Printer of the Year 2015: Push Print

“Fantastic, vibrant and beautiful to behold – a superb body of work and I love every one of these books,” said one of the judges. A Strong, Sweet Smell of Incense – A Portrait of Robert Fraser was one of those fantastic works, and that judge was not exaggerating.

Book Printer of the Year 2015: Pureprint Group

Book ‘em. It’s almost criminal, this is the fourth year running Pureprint has scooped a category that to the outside world has little to celebrate. The book sector has been through the mill in recent years with the UK undercut by cheaper, and in some cases shoddy, imports and digital editions.

Brochure Printer of the Year 2015: Boss Print

The Noted Notebook was more than noticed by this year’s judges, who insist if a picture paints a thousand words, then the best brochure must speak volumes. The A5 notebook for creative professionals did just that with 176 pages of finishes.

SME of the Year 2015: First 4 Print Finishing

First the reckoning: “Quite possibly the toughest year in terms of the number of exceptional entries,” said the judges. “But this company once again proved, even in one of the toughest markets, that getting the basics right pays dividends.”

Post-press Company of the Year 2015: Screaming Colour

While entrants to this category may sit at the end of the line, their finishing processes can make all the difference to a print product, adding immeasurable value. London-based Screaming Colour has marked 2015 by winning not only the Bespoke Digital Printer category, but also taking the hard-fought post-press gong – for the third time in a row.

Cross-media Company of the Year 2015: Cyan Group

Cyan Group supported SPMSD for a Flu Patient Support campaign with a difference: rather than a one-size-fits-all approach to printed materials such as posters, each surgery could choose and personalise their materials. An email went to each surgery supported by a paper mailing driving users online to choose their materials.

Customer Service Team of the Year 2015: Geoff Neal Group

Judges are exacting, and for this category they demanded no less than world-class customer service and exemplary performance – Geoff Neal Group at your service. Last year the company rolled out a training programme for customer-facing staff, including all management, to set rigorous service levels for all customer interactions.

Catalogue Printer of the Year 2015: Wyndeham Roche

Consistency sums up Wyndeham Roche, whether it’s the consistency of colour and folding accuracy paramount for the TTS Compendium, or the fine tuning and consistent running of presses to secure perfection for the Education Supplies and Workplace Supplies catalogues of 2015.

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