Friday, October 24, 2008

News: Intoprint move into new premises


A South Yorkshire printing company has grown from the front room of a Rotherham home to a 13,000sq ft site in Sheffield. Intoprint, which produces a range of printing services, was founded in 1992 by Richard Lax using his parent’s house in Thorpe Hesley as his headquarters. Since this humble beginning, the company has grown year on year and recently moved to their new location in Ecclesfield after gaining a £60,000 loan from South Yorkshire Investment Fund (SYIF). Bob Lax, Richard’s father and co-Director of Intoprint, said: "Richard set up the business from our house. We installed a printing press and even had to strengthen the floorboards to cope with the weight! "It was quite bizarre and not very practical. We secured more suitable premises and moved out of the house. "Since then we have grown year on year. The new move to Ecclesfield has coincided with the business achieving a £1million turnover for the first time and our team growing to 22 employees. "We outgrew our premises in Rotherham and needed to move to a much larger location, which is just the other side of the M1 from the house we started out in. "Our new base is over five-times bigger than our last location and meets our expectations of continual growth and expansion in the future."
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