“Following the update from the Prime Minster on Saturday 31st October, we can confirm that BHW Print Group will remain open as part of the manufacturing sector during this second lockdown.
We continue to be here for you, our customers in these unprecedented times.”
We are a financially strong, family run business established for over 60 years, with the capacity to handle a variety of print products.
Haslam Printers was founded in 1949 by Mr Herbert Haslam. His aim was simple: he wanted to build a successful, financially strong business. Mr Haslam realised pretty early in his career that to fulfil his ambitions he had to offer high quality print, whilst ensuring he kept a competitive edge over his competitors. The way he did this was to invest in the best and most up-to-date equipment. As a result of this, Haslam Printers were one of the first printing companies in the UK to invest in lithographic printing machines! Mr Haslam also realised that although it was important to invest in the right equipment, it was even more important to ensure he secured the best staff.
In the mid 90's Mr Haslam handed the day-to-day running of the company over to his son David and daughter Julie. They have continued to run the company in the spirit their father founded the business. The printing industry has changed significantly over the last 60 years. There are more decisions than ever to be made about what technology/equipment is best for the business and which equipment will benefit either the quality or cost effectiveness of our products. We are constantly assessing our production techniques and our clients' needs to see if we need to invest in new equipment or technology. We are in the enviable position of being an extremely financially strong business. Although the last 12-18 months have been trying times for most companies, Haslam Printers have still made significant investments to enable us to offer all our clients a quality, cost effective solution to meet their needs.
We are a proud member of the Museums Association, having provided design, print and mailing solutions to museums and galleries for 60 years. The Museums Association aims to enhance the value of museums to society through the sharing of knowledge, developing skills, inspiring innovation and providing leadership.
ISO 14001 is one of a series of international standards; it specifies actual requirements for an environmental management system, ensuring we assert control and influence over our effect on the environment. We hope that using ISO 14001 reassures customers that we care for, and respect, the environment, through constant measuring and improvement of our environmental impact.
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