Clarke said he took his franchise down the Printing Industries’ SGP certification path because is made good commercial sense and was environmentally responsible.
He says, “There are a few strong legs that a business has to develop if it is to grow and prosper,” he said. These include excellent customer service, high product quality, plus attention to staff needs and development.
“The one additional leg that we wanted to create was to become environmentally responsible in a recognised and measured way.”
Clarke said Sustainable Green Print fulfilled this requirement in every respect. He says, “Our customers have already shown a remarkable amount of appreciation and interest in the fact that we have taken this step.”
According to Printing Industries, the Sustainable Green Print programme continues to grow in stature as a printing industry driven initiative meeting the expectations of print buyers for environmental credentials.
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