Perth printer Quality Press has won a $750,000 government contract to print operational forms for the WA Fire and Emergency Services Department.
Quality Press beat out four other print companies in a competitive open tender to print and print manage a variety of forms for the Department’s activities around WA
The contract began yesterday and lasts for the next two years, with a possible three-year extension.
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As the contract was only awarded last week, general manager Graeme Young says the company is yet to get official confirmation and can’t comment until it does.
The 65-staff commercial printer last year expanded into wide format, starting with a HP Scitex FB700 flatbed and HP Designjet LX26500 roll-to-roll latex printer to become a ‘one-stop-shop’.
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