Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Data Protection Policy

In the arena of digital printing, Print4UK handles personal data supplied by clients. This data is
confidential and is used only for the purpose of producing that particular personalised digital printing project. This personal data may include names and addresses of individuals and companies.

As such, Print4UK has a duty of care under the data protection legislation, to define, implement and enforce a data protection policy which protects the confidentiality of such data on our computer systems.
This policy provides details of our data handling arrangements.

Print4UK Operations
Print4UK Limited operates from 2 sites in North East London.

Firewall Security
To ensure it is effective in its role, the Print4UK firewall is managed and maintained on a regular basis.

The network is connected to the internet through a high security firewall router, providing and enforcing perimeter security to the network, and preventing unauthorised access and intrusion.

External Access Security
Access to the Print4UK network for the purpose of IT support and working is secure and uses either IPSec VPN or SSL encrypted HTTP access.

Internal Security
Access to all PCs/Macs and servers is password protected. Passwords are confidential to Print4UK Limited Directors and technical support staff. No passwords are kept in written or electronic form.

Other Security
Access to Print4UK premises is carefully controlled during working hours. Outside of normal working hours the premises is secured via locked gates and 24 hour CCTV.

Protecting the Client-Supplied Data
Clients data include names and addresses of individuals and companies. This data is supplied to Print4UK for the purpose of producing printed materials specific to individual companies, which are then delivered by Print4UK Limited as fulfillment of orders.

The control of data is managed from entry onto the infrastructure to the point of either deletion from Print4UK servers or secure archival. To handle the sensitive data and comply with Data Protection regulations Print4UK utilises the following security measures.

Supply of Data to Print4UK by Clients
Data that is supplied electronically (either as an email attachment or an electronically transferred file) should be password protected or encrypted by the client, and that the passwords and decryption keys be communicated to Print4UK over the telephone or text message. Print4UK undertakes to keep unlocking and decryption passwords in non-electronic form and separate from the client supplied data.

Data on the Print4UK Servers
Print4UK stores sensitive data only for the duration of the digital print process in an encrypted format.

Control and Handling of Data
During the data merge stage of the digital print process, the sensitive data is handled in encrypted form and deleted upon completion. Systems ensure that there is no trace of data in encrypted form.

On Completion, Archiving or Disposal
On consultation and with prior agreement from the client, the data is either archived in secure format or is permanently removed and deleted. All data that is archived will remain encrypted. Only authorised Print4UK personnel or technical support staff are able to restore archived data.

This policy is reviewed on a regular basis

Anti-Bribery Policy

1. Purpose
The purpose of this policy is to establish controls to ensure compliance with all applicable antibribery
and corruption regulations, and to ensure that the Company’s business is conducted in a
socially responsible manner.

2. Policy statement
Bribery is the offering, promising, giving, accepting or soliciting of an advantage as an
inducement for action which is illegal or a breach of trust. A bribe is an inducement or reward
offered, promised or provided in order to gain any commercial, contractual, regulatory or
personal advantage.

It is our policy to conduct all of our business in an honest and ethical manner. We take a zerotolerance
approach to bribery and corruption. We are committed to acting professionally, fairly
and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships wherever we operate and
implementing and enforcing effective systems to counter bribery.

We will uphold all laws relevant to countering bribery and corruption in all the jurisdictions in
which we operate. However, we remain bound by the laws of the UK, including the Bribery
Act 2010, in respect of our conduct both at home and abroad.

Bribery and corruption are punishable for individuals by up to ten years’ imprisonment and
a fine. If we are found to have taken part in corruption, we could face an unlimited fine, be
excluded from tendering for public contracts and face damage to our reputation. We therefore
take our legal responsibilities very seriously.

3. Scope
3.1 Who is covered by the policy?
In this policy, third party means any individual or organisation you come into contact with
during the course of your work for us, and includes actual and potential clients, customers,
suppliers, distributors, business contacts, agents, advisers, and government and public bodies,
including their advisors, representatives and officials, politicians and political parties.

This policy applies to all individuals working at all levels and grades, including senior managers,
officers, directors, employees (whether permanent, fixed-term or temporary), consultants, contractors, trainees, seconded staff, homeworkers, casual workers and agency staff, volunteers, interns, agents, sponsors, or any other person associated with us, or any of our subsidiaries or their employees, wherever located (collectively referred to as employees in this policy).

This policy covers:

  • Bribes;
  • Gifts and hospitality;
  • Facilitation payments;
  • Political contributions;
  • Charitable contributions

3.2 Bribes
Employees must not engage in any form of bribery, either directly or through any third party (such as an agent or distributor). Specifically, employees must not bribe a foreign public official anywhere in the world.

3.3 Gifts and hospitality
Employees must not offer or give any gift or hospitality:

  • which could be regarded as illegal or improper, or which violates the recipient’s policies; or
  • to any public employee or government officials or representatives, or politicians or political parties

If it is not appropriate to decline the offer of a gift, the gift may be accepted, provided it is then declared to the employee’s manager and donated to charity.

We appreciate that the practice of giving business gifts varies between countries and regions and what may be normal and acceptable in one region may not be in another. The test to be applied is whether in all the circumstances the gift or hospitality is reasonable and justifiable.

The intention behind the gift should always be considered. Within these parameters, local management may define specific guidelines and policies to reflect local professional and industry standards. Where this policy requires written approval to be given, the Company Secretary shall put in place a process to maintain a register of all such approvals.

3.4 Facilitation payments and kickbacks
Facilitation payments are a form of bribery made for the purpose of expediting or facilitating the performance of a public official for a routine governmental action, and not to obtain or retain business or any improper business advantage. Facilitation payments tend to be demanded by low-level officials to obtain a level of service which one would normally be entitled to.

Our strict policy is that facilitation payments must not be paid. We recognise, however, that our employees may be faced with situations where there is a risk to the personal security of an employee or his/her family and where a facilitation payment is unavoidable, in which case the following steps must be taken:

  • Keep any amount to the minimum;
  • Create a record concerning the payment; and
  • Report it to your line manager.

In order to achieve our aim of not making any facilitation payments, each business of the Company will keep a record of all payments made, which must be reported to the Company Secretary, in order to evaluate the business risk and to develop a strategy to minimise such payments in the future.

3.5 Political Contributions
We do not make donations, whether in cash or kind, in support of any political parties or candidates, as this can be perceived as an attempt to gain an improper business advantage.

3.6 Charitable contributions
Charitable support and donations are acceptable (and indeed are encouraged), whether of in kind services, knowledge, time, or direct financial contributions. However, employees must be careful to ensure that charitable contributions are not used as a scheme to conceal bribery. We only make charitable donations that are legal and ethical under local laws and practices. No donation must be offered or made without the prior approval of [the compliance manager.]

All charitable contributions should be publicly disclosed.

4. Your responsibilities
You must ensure that you read, understand and comply with this policy.

The prevention, detection and reporting of bribery and other forms of corruption are the responsibility of all those working for us or under our control. All employees are required to avoid any activity that might lead to, or suggest, a breach of this policy.

You must notify your manager OR the Company Secretary or the confidential helpline as soon as possible if you believe or suspect that a conflict with or breach of this policy has occurred, or may occur in the future.

Any employee who breaches this policy will face disciplinary action, which could result in dismissal for gross misconduct. We reserve our right to terminate our contractual relationship with other workers if they breach this policy.

5. Record-keeping
We must keep financial records and have appropriate internal controls in place which will evidence the business reason for making payments to third parties.

You must declare and keep a written record of all hospitality or gifts accepted or offered, which will be subject to managerial review.

You must ensure all expenses claims relating to hospitality, gifts or expenses incurred to third parties are submitted in accordance with our expenses policy and specifically record the reason for the expenditure.

All accounts, invoices, memoranda and other documents and records relating to dealings with third parties, such as clients, suppliers and business contacts, should be prepared and maintained with strict accuracy and completeness. No accounts must be kept “off-book” to facilitate or conceal improper payments.

6. How to raise a concern
You are encouraged to raise concerns about any issue or suspicion of malpractice at the earliest possible stage. If you are unsure whether a particular act constitutes bribery or corruption, or if you have any other queries or concerns, these should be raised with your line manager OR the Company Secretary or through the confidential helpline.

7. What to do if you are a victim of bribery or corruption
It is important that you tell the Company Secretary or the confidential helpline as soon as possible if you are offered a bribe by a third party, are asked to make one, suspect that this may happen in the future, or believe that you are a victim of another form of unlawful activity.

8. Protection
Employees who refuse to accept or offer a bribe, or those who raise concerns or report another’s wrongdoing, are sometimes worried about possible repercussions. We aim to encourage openness and will support anyone who raises genuine concerns in good faith under this policy, even if they turn out to be mistaken.

We are committed to ensuring no one suffers any detrimental treatment as a result of refusing to take part in bribery or corruption, or because of reporting in good faith their suspicion that an actual or potential bribery or other corruption offence has taken place, or may take place in the future. Detrimental treatment includes dismissal, disciplinary action, threats or other unfavourable treatment connected with raising a concern. If you believe that you have suffered any such treatment, you should inform [the compliance manager] immediately. If the matter is not remedied, and you are an employee, you should raise it formally using the company’s Grievance Procedure.

9. Training and communication
Training on this policy forms part of the induction process for all new employees. All existing employees will receive regular, relevant training on how to implement and adhere to this policy.

In addition, all employees will be asked to formally accept conformance to this policy on an annual basis.

Our zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption must be communicated to all suppliers, contractors and business partners at the outset of our business relationship with them and as appropriate thereafter.

10. Who is responsible for the policy?
The board of directors has overall responsibility for ensuring this policy complies with our legal and ethical obligations, and that all those under our control comply with it.

The Company Secretary has primary and day-to-day responsibility for implementing this policy, and for monitoring its use and effectiveness and dealing with any queries on its interpretation.

Management at all levels are responsible for ensuring those reporting to them are made aware of and understand this policy and are given adequate and regular training on it.

11. Monitoring and review
The Company Secretary will monitor the effectiveness and review the implementation of this policy, regularly considering its suitability, adequacy and effectiveness. Any improvements identified will be made as soon as possible. Internal control systems and procedures will be subject to regular audits to provide assurance that they are effective in countering bribery and corruption.

All employees are responsible for the success of this policy and should ensure they use it to disclose any suspected danger or wrongdoing. Employees are invited to comment on this policy and suggest ways in which it might be improved. Comments, suggestions and queries should be addressed to the Company Secretary.

This policy does not form part of any employee’s contract of employment and it may be amended at any time.

This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Business Data and Continuity Plan

Data Storage
Primary Job Data on Print4UK servers is automatically backed up daily to local directly attached storage which is a local mirror of all working data. This provides protection against data loss due to media or primary storage equipment failure. This local mirror is at the level of files and folders, which is directly usable, as opposed to sequential media backups or backups which create a single archive. Additionally, this approach provides greater transparency, lends itself to easy data integrity checks and allows data in backups to be quickly located. Data is archived to dedicated directly attached drives which are in turn mirrored daily in the same way as primary data.
Critical servers are additionally imaged incrementally on a daily basis so they can be reinstated more quickly in case of equipment failure.
The local mirrored data is itself mirrored weekly onto portable storage which is then taken off site. This protects against theft, fire and other disasters which may affect on site data storage at Print4UK.
Continuity Plan
In order to ensure that we can provide continuity of production, we have agreements in place with 5 local companies (providing both litho and digital print services) who will provide support in the event of any major disaster at our site that affects production.
The quality and delivery timescales of any jobs placed with this local network will be as close as possible to the same high standards that we achieve and will enable us to maintain our service until such time as capability at our own site is restored.
All subcontracted work within this period will be press passed and overseen by at least 1 fully trained member of the Print4UK team.
Our insurance policies are arranged through an associated member of the BACP with the express aim of providing a fast response to any disaster.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Carbon Footprint Policy

It is Print4UK Ltd’s policy to reduce our environmental impact wherever practicable. Carbon reducing measures form an integral part of Print4UK’s overall strategy, helping us to improve both operational performance and achieve a reduction in potentially harmful emissions.
This policy clearly identifies Print4UK’s objectives in all aspects of our activities leading to improved environmental performance, including reductions in both CO², and methane production.
Print4UK’s realistic yet challenging target is to reduce our carbon footprint to 0% by the end of 2020.
To achieve this, Print4UK Ltd will:
  1. Comply with all current energy legislation, seeking to meet or better legislative targets
  2. Minimise waste, promote recycling and the use of recycled products to help reduce the burden of landfill and therefore methane generation.
  3. Promote environmental awareness and responsibility amongst employees, partners, contractors and service users in projects in which we are involved, and will seek, where practicable, continuous improvement in environmental performance.
  4. Where possible, adopt means of reducing travelling.
  5. Encourage clients of Print4UK Ltd to reduce their own carbon footprint.
  6. Consider further investment to reduce our carbon footprint.
  7. Expect partners and suppliers to have credible, measurable carbon footprint reduction policies.
  8. Fit, where possible, water saving devices at our site.
  9. Use public transport wherever practical.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Environmental Policy Statement

Policy Statement
Print4UK is a Digital & Litho company with a strong commitment to sustaining the environment. In pursuit of our goal of being a market leader in the printing industry, the Directors, staff and suppliers care for and respect the environment. We continually seek to minimise our environmental impact whilst providing customers with a finished product that ensures environmentally friendly processes at each stage of production.
Print4UK is committed to achieving a continual improvement in its environmental performance through ongoing evaluation of processes and procedures to ensure that this policy is implemented, maintained and updated, working towards carbon neutrality.
We aim to:
  1. Minimise our environmental impact by reducing the weight and size of our packaging in partnership with our suppliers & clients
  2. Minimise material wastage and actively promote the use of recyclable and renewable materials
  3. Promote and use whenever possible sustainable energy sources
  4. Reduce or prevent any pollution arising from our activities or services
  5. Make deliveries using environmentally sound and efficient transport modes,
  6. including hybrid and LPG systems
  1. Recycle as much waste as possible including toner cartridges, tin cans, paper and electrical equipment
  2. Wherever possible to purchase FSC certified paper either using virgin or recycled fibre and bleached using alternative chlorine compounds
  3. Reduce or cut out volatile organic compounds and VOC emissions by using vegetable based inks
Legal Responsibilities
  1. Adhere to all relevant regulations concerning waste and to dispose of potentially environmentally damaging materials within the appropriate legislation and codes of practice
  2. Ensure that all subcontractors act in accordance with this policy, and that they are aware of their respective responsibilities
  3. Ensure all employees are aware of this policy, and their responsibilities, ensuring that they are competent to meet their tasks through training and communication and to ensure that all staff work towards achieving this policy
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Equal Opportunities Policy

Statement of policy
The aim of this policy is to communicate the Directors’ commitment to promoting equality of opportunity in Print4UK.
It is our policy to provide employment equality to all, irrespective of:
  1. Gender, including gender reassignment
  2. Marital or civil partnership status
  3. Having or not having dependants
  4. Religious belief or political opinion
  5. Race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, including being an Irish Traveller)
  6. Disability
  7. Sexual orientation
  8. Age
We are opposed to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. We will treat all job applicants, employees and others who work for us fairly, and will not discriminate on any of these grounds. We will make decisions about recruitment and selection, promotion, training or any other benefit objectively and without unlawful discrimination.
We recognise that the provision of equal opportunities in the workplace is not only good management practice; it also makes sound business sense. Our equal opportunities policy will help those who work for us to develop their full potential.
Scope of Equal Opportunities Policy
This policy applies to all those who work for Print4UK, and specifically applies to the following groups or categories:
  1. Job applicants and potential applicants
  2. Employees
  3. Contract workers
  4. Agency workers
  5. Trainee workers and students on work experience or placements
  6. Volunteer workers
  7. Former employees
Equality commitments
We are committed to:
  1. Promoting equality of opportunity for all persons
  2. Promoting a good and harmonious working environment in which all persons are treated with respect
  3. Preventing occurrences of unlawful direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, harassment and victimisation
  4. Fulfilling all our legal obligations under the equality legislation and associated codes of practice
  5. Complying with our own equal opportunities policy and associated policies, taking lawful affirmative or positive action, where appropriate
  6. Regarding all breaches of equal opportunities policy as misconduct which could lead to disciplinary proceedings
This policy is fully supported by senior management.
The Directors have specific responsibility for implementing this policy effectively, and we expect all our employees to abide by the policy and help create the environment which is its objective.
In order to implement this policy we will:
  1. Communicate the policy to employees, job applicants and relevant others (such as contract or agency workers)
  2. Incorporate specific and appropriate duties in respect of implementing the Equal Opportunities Policy into job descriptions and work objectives of all staff
  3. Provide equality training and guidance as appropriate
  4. Ensure that those who are involved in assessing candidates for recruitment or promotion will be trained in nondiscriminatory selection techniques
  5. Incorporate equal opportunities notices into general communications practices (eg, staff newsletters, intranet)
  6. Obtain commitments from other persons or organisations, such as subcontractors or agencies, that they too will comply with the policy in their dealings with our organisation and our workforce.
  7. Ensure that we make adequate resources available to fulfil the objectives of the policy.
Monitoring and review
We will establish appropriate information and monitoring systems to assist the effective implementation of our Equal Opportunities policy.
We will review at least annually the effectiveness of our Equal Opportunities Policy. Where monitoring identifies an under-representation of a particular group or groups, we will develop an action plan to address the imbalance.
Employees who believe that they have suffered any form of discrimination, harassment or victimisation are entitled to raise the matter through the agreed procedures. We will deal with all complaints of discrimination seriously, promptly and confidentially.
In addition to our internal procedures, employees have the right to pursue complaints of discrimination to an industrial tribunal or the Fair Employment Tribunal under the following anti-discrimination legislation:
  1. Sex Discrimination (Northern Ireland) Order 1976, as amended
  2. Disability Discrimination Act 1995, as amended
  3. Race Relations (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, as amended
  4. Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003
  5. Fair Employment and Treatment (Northern Ireland) Order 1998, as amended
  6. Employment Equality (Age) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2006
  7. Equal Pay Act (Northern Ireland) 1970, as amended
However, we will normally require employees wishing to make a complaint to a tribunal, to raise their complaint under our internal grievance procedures first.
We will make every effort to ensure that employees who make complaints will not be victimised. W will deal with any complaint of victimisation seriously, promptly and confidentially. Victimisation will result in disciplinary action and may warrant dismissal.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Health & Safety

General Statement Of Policy
Our policy is to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment and systems of work for all our employees, as far as is reasonably practicable, and to provide such information, training and supervision as they need for this purpose. We also accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people including visitors and contractors who may be affected by our activities.
The allocation of duties for safety matters and the particular arrangements, which we will make to implement this policy, are set out below. Health and Safety is seen as a key company issue and will be pro-actively managed as a line management function.
The policy will be kept up to date, particularly as the business changes in nature and size. To ensure this, we will review the policy and the way in which it has operated every year.
Print4UK Limited conform with all requirements of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (HSWA) and with all other Health and Safety associated Acts and Regulations that relate.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Quality Statement

Our Commitment
The Print4UK name stands for a commitment to quality in the field of project management. From our premises in North East London, we undertake printing projects for a range of blue chip companies in the public and private sectors, responding to their needs which range from marketing campaigns to corporate mailings, full colour promotional literature to hard and soft-backed brochures, to business forms and printed stationery.
Our aim is to achieve customer satisfaction through fulfilling customer requirements first time, every time. Our Quality System is the framework for reducing the opportunities for errors and for tackling them when they arise.
Print4uk seek to continually improve the quality of its products and services through its Quality System, which will ensure that, through training, staff development and continual investment our clients’ requirements are satisfied or exceeded. The Quality Objective of Print4UK Ltd is to continually improve our quality processes and products in order that:
  1. clients are attracted, satisfied and retained
  2. production costs are minimised and reflected in our prices
  3. the company remains profitable and competitive
Print4UK has introduced systems that set and review measurable quality objectives. We will provide any resources & training required and with all our staff will try our best to meet and surpass these objectives.
Key Systems
Through the utilisation of our key systems, we undertake to guarantee the quality of service offered to our customers. The management system provides a framework for the setting and reviewing of objectives and targets, to help support our continuous improvement and ensure our system is developed.
In the unlikely event of a customer receiving sub-standard work, our customer complaint procedure ensures that we can react promptly and positively to resolve the problem. Our immediate priority is to rectify the problem; secondly, but just as important, we try to find a way of ensuring that these mistakes do not occur again.
This policy is documented, implemented, maintained and communicated to all employees and sub-contractors through regular training of our responsibilities. It is displayed in a prominent position within the organisation and in an area that is accessible by the public and reviewed regularly to ensure its continued suitability.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Returns Procedure

If contacted by a customer requesting to return goods and/or services Print4UK has produced because of a defect, we will discuss the defect with the customer immediately and establish a time-scale to identify the defect in order that we may rectify it as necessary.
If there is a defect and we have agreed to rectify it, we will collect the stock at our expense and dispose of it in an environmentally friendly manner. We will either re-do the job or will raise a credit note, depending on the customer’s wishes.
In addition, we will work internally to ascertain the cause of the defect, and ensure measures are put in place to prevent any repetition.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

Social Responsibility Policy

Policy Statement
Print4UK is committed to being a responsible corporate organisation. We believe that by fostering involvement in social issues we will achieve a partnership that benefits both the communities we work
in as well as the organisation itself.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework that outlines how the company will actively select, manage and support its sponsorship and charitable giving activities.
Underlying Philosophy
Print4UK believes the social policy will provide an opportunity for the organisation to commit to and provide the necessary support needed to remedy the social and environmental problems affecting our community. In addition, we believe these defined principles will allow us to actively engage our employees in our sponsorship and community investment initiatives.
The ways we intend to do this are by:
  1. Forging relationships with charitable organisations whose objectives accord with the general nature of the companies activities;
  2. Enabling our employees substantially to determine our charitable donations policy;
  3. Providing our employees, where appropriate, with the opportunity to engage in activities that will benefit the community;
  4. Pushing initiatives for the reduction and recycling of waste, as well as the efficient use of energy;
Our company focus:
  1. We take seriously all feedback that we receive and, where possible, maintain open dialogue to ensure that we fulfil the requirements outlined within this policy.
  2. We will be open and honest in communicating our strategies, targets, performance and governance to any interested parties in our continual commitment to sustainable development.
  3. The Directors are responsible for the implementation of this policy and will make the necessary resources available to realise our corporate responsibilities.
  4. The responsibility for our performance to this policy rests with all employees through the company.
  5. We shall strive to improve our environmental performance through implementation of our Environmental Policy.
  6. We shall encourage dialogue with local communities for mutual benefit.
  7. We will register and resolve customer complaints in accordance with our quality policy.
  8. We will support and encourage our employees to help local community organisations.
  9. We will operate an Equal Opportunities policy for all present and potential future employees.
  10. We will offer our employees clear and fair terms of employment and provide resources to enable their continual development.
  11. We will maintain a clear and fair employee remuneration policy and will maintain forums for employee consultation and business involvement.
  12. We will provide safeguards to ensure that all employees are treated with respect and without sexual, physical or mental harassment.
  13. We shall provide, and strive to maintain, a clean, healthy and safe working environment.
  14. We shall uphold the values of honesty, partnership and fairness in our relationships with all interested parties.
  15. Contracts will clearly set out the agreed terms, conditions and the basis of our relationship.
  16. We will operate in a way to safeguards against unfair business practices.
  17. We shall encourage suppliers and contractors to adopt responsible business polices and practices for mutual benefit.
  18. We will operate in a way to safeguards against unfair business practices.
  19. We shall encourage suppliers and contractors to adopt responsible business polices and practices for mutual benefit.
  20. We will ensure that through regular staff meetings, the policies contained herewith are encouraged and understood.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.


Print4UK Ltd have a strict sub-contracting policy.
The company we sub-contract to is Finishing House London Limited, Unit 9D Nobel Road, Eley Estate, Edmonton, London, N18 3BH. Their premises are approximately 500 metres from our factory.
Although Print4UK started trading in 2008, our directors Adrian Ford and Chris Brady have worked closely with Finishing House London Limited for over 18 years.
Finishing House London Limited have a proven track record throughout the market place where costings are concerned and have an excellent reputation for Quality and Reliability.
We have quarterly review meetings to ensure best practice and regularly Market test the pricing structure.
Any work carried out by Finishing House London Limited is always monitored by one of the Print4UK management team who are always on hand for press passes etc.
This policy is reviewed on a regular basis.

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