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Direct Mail Printer of the Year: Geoff Neal Group

Our judges have a beef about this one: “All too often direct mail is slurred with the ‘junk mail’ label, yet it can show the true marketing potential of print.” Geoff Neal Group proved it with “a great overall entry, in particular Peugeot with its impressive finishes”.

Marketing Campaign of the Year: Gemini Print Group

“That’s what marketing is all about,” reckoned the judges. “Fantastic ROI that delivers on the brief.” The Shoreham-by-Sea company wanted to increase the digital printing side of its business by £1m using current headcount and resources – a tall order for managing director Steve Cropper.

Environmental Company of the Year: Nationwide Print

Much changes in this ever-evolving category and Nationwide Print, in St Austell, Cornwall, is pioneering many of those changes. Nationwide has gone from powering its presses with renewable energy and using solar panels to save electricity and tonnes of CO2, to cladding its brick offices with carbon-neutral red cedar and eco-friendly superinsulation.

Luxury Packaging Printer of the Year: Boss Print

Boss by name, boss by nature: the west London printer lays on the luxury like no other, notching up another impressive performance in this category. “Loved some of the materials choices, and simply stunning finishing too,” said the judges.

High-volume Magazine Printer of the Year: Wyndeham Roche

This reconfigured category was won for the first time last year by this year’s winner. Once again Wyndeham Roche produced “a web offset printing masterclass”, according to the judges. Boat International magazine is produced on coated paper with high levels of ink coverage.

Brochure Printer of the Year: Pureprint Group

If a picture paints a thousand words, then the highest-quality brochure must speak volumes - the production values on show here are among the highest in print, said the judges.

Customer Services Team of the Year: Impress Print Services

The customer is king, but Impress wears the crown. Not only has the company, based in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, restructured and appointed a customer-service manager and assurance champion, it has created a comprehensive appraisal system, training for managers and department supervisors and a culture that encourages staff to use emotional intelligence to assess projects.

Trainee of the Year: Stephen Dando, Dayfold

Ten minutes after handing his CV in at its base in Dorset, and Dayfold Print was in touch. Two years later PrintWeek Awards judges are in touch. Stephen started on the cylinder, cutting and creasing, before moving to the guillotine, digital finishing and hot foiling.

Bespoke Digital Printer of the Year: Screaming Colour

Judges were looking for short-run, high-value brochures, packaging and presentation packs. They found “a standard across the whole category that was stunning, but this entry in particular was amazing.”

Catalogue Printer of the Year: Precision Colour Printing

Although high-quality printing was essential for this category, judges also took into account the production constraints often imposed in catalogue work. However, that wasn’t strictly necessary for the Dukeshill sample, which wowed the judges with care and attention to detail that was probably only matched by the fine-food supplier’s own production methods.

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