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60 seconds with Woodmansterne

Woodmansterne started in 1953 and for 35 years was the leading publisher and manufacturer of colour slides in the world.

Q&A: Michael Collins Printer five-colour B1, Print 4 Nottingham

Michael is 62, and has spent 46 years in the industry. He recently reduced his hours to three days a week as part of a phased move towards retirement.

Q&A: Linzi Blackwell Senior graphic designer, Primeprint Newark

Linzi has been working as a graphic designer for Primeprint Newark for six years after graduating with a BA (Hons) in Printed Textiles from University College Falmouth.

60 seconds with Belmont Packaging

Belmont Packaging was founded in 1978. The firm set up an e-commerce division, Boxed-Up, five years ago, supplying a range of boxes to smaller merchants.

Q&A: Jamie Court, managing director, Clinical Print Finishers

Jamie has worked in print finishing for 23 years. He’s married to Kathy and they have two children, Charlie aged six and Abi aged four.

60 seconds with H&H Reeds Printers

The company originally started in 1878 as Reeds, a small family firm of printers and stationers based in Penrith in Cumbria. It remained in the same hands until 2006 when the now managing director Andy Jackson and sales director Dene Marshall (pictured) bought the company.

Q&A: Daniel Reed Designer, The Cafeteria Studio

Sheffield-based Daniel specialises in design and typography, and his enthusiasm for all things print-related is such that outside of his day job he works on other projects and has created four new typefaces including Incido, which is made up entirely of straight lines (see

60 seconds with Geoff Neal Group

Geoff Neal started the eponymous business back in 1976, which makes the firm 40 years old at the end of October. Neal, now chairman, started out with just a single-colour Heidelberg Kors. The present-day operation bristles with the latest print tech.

60 seconds with RS Bookbinders

RS Bookbinders was founded by Roy Shaddock in 1983, utilising his knowledge and experience gained in the bookbinding industry since the age of 14.

Q&A: Adrian Saunders Print room manager, Rondor Printing

Adrian has been in print for 27 years, all of it at Lowestoft-based Rondor. He’s married to Rebecca with two children, Seren and Dylan. His hobbies include running, collecting film monsters and supporting Ipswich Town FC.

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