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60 seconds with: Remous

Remous founder Graham Bunter started off writing and publishing a magazine about stock cars, which he printed in his garage. More and more people asked if he could supply print for them, and the business expanded accordingly, moving to its present factory in the mid-1980s. Today the firm is run by Graham’s son Alan (below).

60 seconds with: Central Colour

Central Colour was set up in 1996, and was acquired in an MBO by directors Andy Baxter, Richard Limer and David Fortune nine years ago. Between them the trio have racked up a whopping 75 years’ service at the firm, which counts a number of long-standing team members among its staff.

Q&A: Scott Allaway

Scott Allaway is sales director at Xenith Document Systems. He is married with two children and his dream job would be a paid athlete. Fortunately, this could become a step closer to reality as Scott represents Great Britain in bobsleigh and is hoping to be picked for the Winter Olympics in February.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The potentially impact of a poorly managed Brexit is one of the chief concerns for the Fed’s chief executive in 2018. And, coincidentally, one of the lessons he learned this year was to be careful when dropping the 'B' bomb in conversation with members.

60 seconds with: The Marstan Press

This is a highly appropriate 60 seconds with because on 1 October The Marstan Press started its 60th year in business. The firm started off in letterpress, before moving to litho and then adding digital printing.

60 seconds with: Cambrian Printers

With a history dating back to 1860 when it was a regional newspaper publisher and printer, over the intervening years, Cambrian Printers has refined its offering and used its printing expertise to attract clients from the UK and beyond

Q&A: Kevin Godfrey

Kevin Godfrey is marketing and communications manager at Service Point. He is 45 years old and enjoys rugby, sailing and fly fishing. He once worked in a marzipan factory's laboratory and his biggest fear is dentists. Whether one is the product of the other we do not know, but the coincidence is striking...

Q&A: Mike Jones

Mike Jones is an account director at Howard Smith Paper Group. An avid West Ham FC fan, Mike's dream bit of kit is not an all-singing, all-dancing printing press, but West Ham's home kit. Despite spending around 46 years of his life in the paper industry, his ideal job would be a professional golfer.

New year predictions: Simon Moore, Eclipse

2017 has been a year of change for the Eclipse managing director, after he sold and merged his business with GI Solutions Group in February to create an £80m-plus business. However, he believes one thing remains constant: the need to promote the benefits of print.

60 seconds with: Duraweld

Duraweld began life in 1959, mostly making plastic book covers for libraries and sleeves for telephone books. In 1970 it merged with Mac Plastics, run by Richard Senior. In March 2010 the company underwent a management buyout and Hannah Senior (Richard’s daughter), now owns the company jointly with Mark Yeung, the former finance manager.

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