Quarry Printing & Design has moved to new premises in Uckfield and is awaiting the arrival of kit that will enable the company to expand the range of work undertaken.
The business, owned by Robbie Cannon, is now based in The Office Village, River Way, Kennet House which is closer to the High Street than their previous premises in Mill Lane and has dedicated parking.
Robbie said he was delighted with the move and the business was already benefitting from being nearer to the centre of town.
The company has invested in the most up to date digital printers and Robbie expects further kit to arrive within the next couple of weeks to enable large format printing.
This will mean he is able to produce pop-up stands, PVC panels, large format building plans, and heavy posters plus much, much more.
With a dedicated designer more design work is also being undertaken by the company and Robbie is particularly pleased that new businesses are coming to Quarry Printing with their projects.
From brochures to signs
“We are able to produce everything they need, from brochures, bespoke folders, business cards, invoice and order forms, to invitations and orders of service for weddings, artists cards, pamphlets and large signs,” he said.
The company can print in full colour and black and white, onto light or heavy-weight stocks of paper, and can handle anything from the smallest of orders through to runs of thousands.
Robbie took over at local printers Quarry Printing nearly two years ago. He has lived in Uckfield since 1984 and is on the board of Uckfield Rugby Football Club.
He also plays bass and on vocals for local band The Luv Nuggets performing at events and private functions throughout the South East.