Campaign Press Awards Silver Anniversary 1998 - Sponsor Profiles - Best Written Advertisment - TPL Printers (UK)

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As part of the highly respected Times Publishing Group of Singapore, TPL Printers (UK) was established in 1990 to serve the pan-European catalogue, periodicals and time-sensitive magazine publishing market.

As part of the highly respected Times Publishing Group of

Singapore, TPL Printers (UK) was established in 1990 to serve the

pan-European catalogue, periodicals and time-sensitive magazine

publishing market.



Based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, with a plant nearing 200,000 sq

ft in size, TPL Printers has positioned itself as a major force in

printing.



Its customers include Emap Pursuit, Future Publishing, Newsweek, John

Brown Publishing, the Economist, Haymarket Publishing and Reed Business

Publishing, to name a few.



Our portfolio of more than 65 titles includes Newsweek, National

Enquirer, Match, Business Central Europe, Hotel and Travel Index, F1

Racing and Classic FM.



Major investment in printing technology, and a highly trained team of

staff, ensures a high-quality service from TPL. Installation of a

Heidelberg M600 32-page press and new six- and 14-pocket stitchers

during 1997 has reinforced our promise of customer commitment. Printing

is computer controlled to ensure accuracy and consistency, and screen

resolutions of up to 200 lines per inch guarantee high repro quality

with fine detail work.



A choice of web-offset formats is also offered: our plant list includes

two Heidelberg 32-page web presses and a Heidelberg five-colour

Speedmaster.



TPL Printers (UK),

111 Hartlebury Trading Estate,

Kidderminster,

Worcestershire DY10 4JB

Tel: 01299 251360

Fax: 01299 250994

Email: 100656.3604@compuserve.com



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