£4m revamp sees Pinders double site

Pressing ahead: Pinders' production manager Andrew Haw at the Xerox press.
Pressing ahead: Pinders' production manager Andrew Haw at the Xerox press.
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Digital print company Pinders has completed a £4 million redevelopment of its city centre headquarters in Sheffield to boost its capacity, technological capabilities and ability to win contracts nationwide.

The company has doubled the size of its Moore Street printing operations, by turning an unused area behind its existing operations into a state of the art print works, complete with underground car parking.

Managing director David Whiteway claims the development puts Pinders – which celebrates its 75th anniversary next year, in the top echelon of national printers.

“Our development takes the company to the next level,” said Mr Whiteway.

“As well as consolidating our operation we have substantially boosted our print capacity and increased the scope for more creative, specially commissioned work which in turn increases our potential customer base

“This company is not about just printing business cards but encompasses everything from sign and display to web to print solutions, corporate to personal – all at business quality print.”

Pinders now has the capacity to offer case- and book-making services, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray publishing, white ink capability, printing on coated and uncoated stock, print finishing and superwide printing.

It also offers mailing and overwrapping, bespoke framing services, personalised giftware, signage and display and mobile media applications.

The development on the site of the former Swift & Goodinson and Becket & Garner Works on Hodgson Street will house Pinders’ Indigo, VUTEK and Xerox presses.