Hartland print firm on the move
AFTER 48 years in the same premises, Jamaica Press print and office products supplier of Hartland is on the move. The company founded in 1961 by Henry Mitchell and now run by his son Phil and grandson Paul derived its name from the press they developed in
AFTER 48 years in the same premises, Jamaica Press print and office products supplier of Hartland is on the move.
The company founded in 1961 by Henry Mitchell and now run by his son Phil and grandson Paul derived its name from the press they developed in the former Jamaica Cafe in Hartland.
From the middle of this month the business will be operating from a modern unit on the Mambury Moor Estate near Stibb Cross, 11 miles from the current premises.
"With the volume of print and office supplies we now handle and the inherent access issues, we have utilised every inch of our Hartland premises, so a spacious, modern unit provides room to grow," said Phil Mitchell,
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"The new building, more than three times larger, will have a spacious studio for graphics and website design as well as more operational and storage space. We are, of course, sad to be leaving Hartland after all this time, but the new location is in the heart of our customer base and we can offer an even better service to customers throughout north Devon and north Cornwall.
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