Callprint confirms wide-format recruitment and expansion plans
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
Print and visual communications specialist Callprint has underlined its intentions to continue with its growth and expansion in the wide-format display and graphics sector, by putting out a call for experienced commercial, sales and project managers to join its regional personnel.
The announcement follows the recent investments in new equipment made by Callprint in October last year, which saw significant wide-format printer purchases and upgrades, all of which will have been installed to help improve production output and workflow throughout the company’s regional hubs.
The new equipment installations and revamps involved purchases for its Saffron Hill, Manchester and Birmingham hubs, as part of the company’s on-going investment plans for its core business.
Commenting on the plans for continued growth and requirement for new recruits to add to its experienced personnel, Callprint’s Commercial Director, Paul D’Rozario stated, “We (Callprint) have been continually investing in new equipment to help us expand our display and graphics service offerings to our clients. We need to support that growth by having the right infrastructure across our teams, as we have been experiencing a period of unprecedented growth and development across our three main wide-format hubs in London, The Midlands and the North.”
He continued, “Additionally our hub in Dubai and partners in the USA are also developing and expanding within the sector. To continue with our expansion, and to help us provide the best quality service to our clients, we need experienced, high calibre recruits to come on board who can add value to our team.”
Paul added, “We need quality personnel with enthusiasm, drive, experience and expertise, who can also provide the qualities of technical support and knowledge to add value to our capabilities.”
In November last year Callprint announced a significant 30% increase in its first six month sales revenues for 2015, a record number for the group, with the business on track for further growth going forward as the company continues to evolve and develop.
Callprint revealed that sales figures for the first six months of 2015 were approaching £8m, showing an increase of 30% year-on-year, as the new plans for the business that were announced in 2014, have started to take shape.
At the same time the company also announced further development for the business, involving improvements to both its internal and external communications. These include an updating and revamping of its websites, as well as a refresh and refurbishment of a number of its production facility hubs around the UK.
This latest announcement underlines Callprint’s original statement of intention to continue to grow and develop its business operations.