Supporting local business in Rochester and Strood

WP_000229Mark Reckless MP recently visited local business D.A. Printers, based on the Rochester Airport Industrial Estate, to see for himself how local businesses are continuing to thrive in Medway.

Originally operating from a basement on the Delce, the company has grown since it was opened in 1967 by David Allen. Continued investment in equipment and technology has ensured that D.A. Printers has been able to meet the continued needs of its customers.

The company recently invested in a brand new 5 colour lithographic printing press which means that work can now be produced quicker and cheaper than previously.

Visiting the site, Mark Reckless said:

“As MP for Rochester and Strood I am committed to supporting and promoting local businesses in my constituency. All of my printing is handled locally and I would like to thank D.A. Printers for consistently delivering high quality literature at reasonable and fair prices. I have no hesitation in recommending this excellent local business.”

WP_000224Jason Allen of D.A. Printers added:

“We continue to receive support from many local customers, many of which are family businesses and value the service they receive from us.

“We are suppliers to Medway and several other local councils and are proud to have the support of local councillors and our MP.

“We will continue to move with the times to ensure we can maintain our high quality of printing and service whilst never losing sight of our goal – to produce a high quality design and print service, quickly and competitively.”

For more information, visit the D.A. Printers website – click here


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