Australia Print and Copy merged into Accent

Queensland base Accent Print and Copy has absorbed Australia Print and Copy (APC), with Neil Thurlow, owner and managing director of Accent Print and Copy saying essentially he bought the client base off APC.

APC Copy did not shut down or go into liquidation, Accent absorbed the company as it was working in the same building with the same equipment, but using two different phone lines.

Some 15 years ago APC had a fire and over those past years slowly combined with Accent Print and Copy, and lately decided to full merge.

It specialises in graphic design, creative collaboration, communication and advice, design development, prepress and production and quality printed products.

It is a sustainable green printer, Sustainable Green Print (SGP) is the Australian printing industry's own recognisable certification program designed to help printing companies meet their environmental responsibilities.

Accent Print and Copy has been running since 1982, it is owned by Neil and Francine Thurlow.

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