A few changes have been occurring at HAMMONDS over recent months. Our branding has been freshened up and the web site updated to reflect our forward thinking approach.
Not only have there been visible changes to our external look but major investment in the business has also been taking place. As part of the ongoing expansion and investment in the way we deliver our services, further binding and finishing equipment has been added to our existing facilities. This includes the recent installation of wiro binding so we can now offer both wiro and spiral binding services.
In addition, a new MIS system has been installed to streamline administration in order to further improve client experience, for example, providing faster estimating as well as greater integration in production creating quicker workflows and increased flexibility.
I am delighted with the way HAMMONDS continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of the constantly changing demands of the printers we serve. Ongoing investment is being made to enable us to work more effectively and efficiently, therefore allowing us to give our clients the most competitive pricing while continuing to provide the same quality and environmentally friendly products they know they will receive from HAMMONDS.
-- David Boothman, Managing Director
HAMMONDS is one of the North's leading book binders and print finishers. Specialists in perfect bound work, we employ a highly skilled and experienced workforce in purpose built premises located just off J40 of the M1 in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Our quality binding services cover anything from 5 up to 100,000 copies using a combination of leading edge technology and traditional book binding skills.
A few changes have been occurring at Charlesworth over recent months. Our branding has been freshened up and our trading name changed to Charlesworth Press, reflecting our heritage but also to reinforce our positioning as a major player in the printing industry.
Publishing and printing services provider The Charlesworth Group has launched its latest innovation, C-Print+ at an event attended by many high-profile publishers at the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in London on 30th June 2010.