PLYMOUTH firm The Printing Press has won an anward for producing a parish magazine.
The Coxside-based printer landed the gong for 'Best Print Quality' in the National Parish Magazine Awards for printing The Old School and Stoke Climsland News.
"We're delighted," said managing director Roy Hiscott. "We're not large enough to use the latest machines, but we have award-winning printers who are at the top of their game and able to produce results that are way beyond the expectations of our customers."
The award follows the individual recognition staff member Paul Opie received at the 2002 Heidelberg Awards for Best Student Printer in the UK - one of the top accolades for professional printers.
The Printing Press hopes its latest honour will enable it to thrive despite being an SME.
"We want to prove a small family-run business is a formidable rival for the big boys," said Mr Hiscott.
"Every page we print goes through a rigorous quality control, meaning the customer will build a rapport with staff."
The Printing Press specialises in litho and digital printing, supplying high-profile companies such as Vi-Spring, Invensys and Ardo UK.
The Printing Press arose from an amalgamation in 2000 of Peter Howell & Co with Unit One Litho.
The Herald, February 19th 2014