Netherne Printing Services

Full Member logo.jpg  NPS.jpg  Netherne Printing Services (NPS) is a printing company based in Dorking, Surrey. NPS creates full time employment for disabled people as well providing therapeutic but meaningful production work for a number of volunteers. NPS's services include: - printing (including stationery, business cards, brochures, books and reports) but they can also offer: - design work and artwork preparation - copying (black & white/colour) - the design and production of promotional items (e.g. t-shirts, polo shirts, mouse mats etc.) - mailshot services (e.g. envelope stuffing, mailings, mailsort preparation etc.). Customers include local traders, large, medium and small commercial organisations, schools and colleges, charities, health bodies, government organisations and private individuals.

Customer comment: "Netherne Printing Services treat me as an important customer and their service has been outstanding. I know the team and who to contact with a query – unlike some printers, there’s no anonymity. Every job is important to them, no matter how small. They are anxious to please and have never let me down. Every job is done on time, to budget, and to a high standard. Our experience has been so good that we’ve given them more and more jobs. Now they do all our printing.”  Aziz Mirza, Managing Director, Mirza & Nacey  

!!NEWSFLASH!! 2 December 2008 Congratulations to Netherne Printing Services who have just celebrated a profitable first year of independence from the NHS. Manager, Kelvin Bagley, said: “We’re delighted with these figures. The staff were adamant that this business always had the potential to be economically viable even though it has the primary social objective of creating employment for disabled people. It’s down to the great commitment and drive of those employed within the company that we’ve been able to prove that this is indeed the case in our first year of independence.”

Kelvin Bagley
Telephone Number: 
01306 875150
12-13 Havensbury Estate
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