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Print-Leeds makes five new appointments

Specialist print house Print-Leeds has expanded its workforce with the addition of five new employees, including an apprentice printer.

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(L-R) Back row: Ryan Webster, Peter Richardson, Jake Forrester, Mark Cutts. Front row: Dawn Rawnsley and Rod Fisher

Mark Cutts has joined the company as a number one printer, while Ryan Webster and Peter Richardson have been appointed as print assistants.

Dawn Rawnsley has taken on the role of client service representative, while Jake Forrester has been named as an apprentice printer.

Rod Fisher, managing director of Print-Leeds comments: “Covid-19 has brought with it all sorts of challenges. Parts of the business have steadied whilst others are still trying to get back on their feet.  

“As well as printing labels for the food and drinks industries we also produce print for retail, travel companies, events and exhibitions, which has not recovered and won’t until the whole economy returns to some sort of normal.

“On the labels side we’ve been lucky to get more work and employ some highly skilled people from the industry.  

“And then we’ve been able to take on another apprentice – it’s great to bring young people into the business straight from school.  

“Jake is a real asset – he loves machinery and engineering and with us he is able to work on the latest Heidelberg machines and learn the technology.”

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