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Print-Leeds toasts to Marston’s Beer deal

Specialist print house Print-Leeds has landed a new contract to become the sole supplier of wet glue labels to Marston’s Beer Company.

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Rod Fisher, managing director of Print-Leeds, says the company has become ‘synonymous’ with the food and beverage industries

Print-Leeds has printed wet-glue labels for Marston’s for around seven years in a contract that was split across two suppliers, but the company will now take on all responsibility after securing the contract via a competitive tendering process.

The three-year agreement is worth around £2m per annum and the printed will be used across Marston’s bottled beer brand portfolio including Wainwright, Hobgoblin, McEwan’s and Pedigree.

Rod Fisher, managing director at Print-Leeds, says: “We have become a brand synonymous with the food and beverage industries. Marston’s is a long-standing client and we are really pleased to be appointed its sole wet glue label supplier.  

Marston’s is a long-standing client and we are really pleased to be appointed its sole wet glue label supplier

“This wouldn’t have been possible before we invested £5m in new premises and a state of the art Heidelberg seven-colour press.”

Colin Mackenzie, who heads up corporate procurement at Marston’s, adds: “We are really pleased for Print-Leeds and look forward to working with them on future projects over the next three years.”

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