Print Specialists

Providing quality bespoke catering disposables since 1983

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About Us

Our Burton-upon-Trent factory has been manufacturing quality paper disposable products since 1983.

Based in the heart of the country we are able to ship efficiently throughout the UK as well as wider afield.

We offer stock items across our range as well as our bespoke service where we can design and produce items to your specification. 

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Types of printing

Our factory is equipped with many types of printing options ranging from traditional letterpress machines through to modern flexographic printers and specialist printers for producing hot foil prints on a variety of products.

Our skilled design and print team has been producing high quality tissue and paper products for over 30 years. We understand the need for increasing your brand profile through thoughtful design. 

Through our long term client relationships we have been able to help develop marketing stratagy and brand awareness to our clents’ needs.

types of printing - printpac machine
types of printpac machines - Letterpress


Our letterpress department produce the majority of our tissue products. These specialist machines are able to print up to 4 spot colours whilst at the same time bonding and cutting out your items with minimal handling – ideal with delicate tissue items.

We do not require large minimum quantities like many of our competitors, but can work with small runs and short lead times, making us an ideal partner for custom-print solutions.


Flexo printing is essentially a modern version of letterpress evolved with high speed rotary functionality,. This allows us to print much faster and is used for many of our non-tissue paper items such as trayliners and mats. This type of printing is also well suited for printing large areas of solid colour.
types of printpac machine - Flexo
Types of printpac machine - Heidelberg


Our specialist finishing machines are Heilelberg Platen presses. These quality machines are almost 100 years old and are fascinating to watch and listen to. The air pump sucks up paper and blows printed copy onto the delivery pile. The press opens and closes with a rhythmic sound pattern reminiscent of a living animal.

These presses allow extremely small runs of foil printed designs for that special occasion or marketing campaign.

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