Printer of the Year, Irish Print Awards

Printer of the Year, Irish Print Awards

2019 marked the 42nd year of the Annual Irish Print Awards which were held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Northwood Dublin on Friday 29th November – www.irishprinter.ie

The Irish Print Awards aim to recognise the country’s best companies in the print and press sector with over 400 professionals from across the print industry celebrating the best in their industry. With over 25 categories to choose from – digital to laser sheetfed to labels the awards represent and celebrate all areas of the print industry today. 

Success for Ballyprint Irish Print Awards

 

Ballyprint is incredibly proud that at the Awards Ballyprint was named as the Ulster Small Printer of the Year for 2019. Managing Director Aaron Klewchuk was delighted to take to the stage to collect the award on behalf of all the staff at Ballyprint – a real reflection of the hard work that everyone in the company has put in over the year to provide outstanding printed solutions to all of our customers.  This is also an acknowledgement of the significant investment in new equipment and technology that Ballyprint has undertaken – a process that is still ongoing. From the first Xerox Iridesse 6 colour digital press in Northern Ireland to new large format print solutions label printing laminating foiling – and more – Ballyprint have the facilities in place to offer an unrivalled service to our customers. With more expansion planned for 2020 the only way is up for Ballyprint!

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