Henderson Print, part of the Henderson Group in Northern Ireland, has invested in the latest print technology to increase the range of work it can do and further enhance production efficiency and reduce waste.
The company, which provides a range of professional printing services to a variety of industry clients including forecourt retailers, currently employs 27 staff with intentions to grow this number in 2023.
Further investment is planned for 2023 in new stitching machinery and growing the number of machines in-house.
Operations director Darren Nickels recently took over responsibility for the business. He said: “I am hugely excited about taking on the responsibility of Henderson Print as my remit will be to lead the next phase of growth. There are a host of opportunities in the convenience and forecourt market, and I can see the potential for Henderson Print to achieve further growth and success.”
He said that in terms of how they tailor their products for convenience and forecourt stores, the range of work in-house is “staggering”.
“We manufacture pos packs including overbags and outside banners for the road and forecourts, all in-store signage including bunting, hanging signs, shelf-edge labelling, wobblers, in-store menus, bus-stops, leaflets, magazines, etc. We also print for corporate requirements including event props, media props and pull-up banners.
“Any company across the UK with print requirements has the assurance that they will receive a one-on-one service from our sales team, and the confidence that they are working with a large company who are always producing innovative ideas of which they too can avail.”