FROM its early days using a second-hand colour printing press to the present day and the latest in computerised technology, Multiprint in Fife has seen it all.
And this year marks the 40th anniversary in business for the Langtoun printing company.
The business has never strayed from its ideal of giving value for money, and prides itself on continuing to offer the consistency of service which comes only with long-standing experience of providing clients with a quality service. Multiprint’s professional approach and continuous investment in new technology has brought recognition from a large selection of clients throughout Fife and Scotland.
One thing that hasn’t changed over the years is the need to provide the three business basics; price, quality and service.
Multiprint places great emphasis on the importance of competitiveness, but is equally emphatic that it will not compromise on quality. Started by George Warner, initially as a hobby working from home, Multiprint’s first premises was a shop in Cowdenbeath High Street. However, within just four years, larger premises were required and the business moved to Mitchelston Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy.
By 1984 it had outgrown this building and moved to a custom built factory in Seafield Road where it remains today. In 1992 an extension to the building was required to house additional machinery. Many changes have taken place over the years from the first second-hand, rebuilt, single colour press bought for twenty pounds, to the latest Sakurai, five colour, computerised and automated press. Multiprint has stepped up to the mark in its commitment to invest in the very latest technology to maintain and increase its market share and build on a reputation of always putting the customer first.
And it has obviously worked, with 40 years of success to prove it.
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