Two Sydney printers are set to join forces with Special T Print acquiring Green and Gold in what Special T owner Corey London has described as a perfect match.
London says he’s been a long admirer of Green and Gold and its owner Adrian Blessington and is looking forward to the two companies combining their knowledge, experience, expertise and customer service commitment to take their combined business into the future.
“We have known each other for 20 years and Adrian has been in the printing game for a long time. We share the same drive and are both all about service. We have a common theme which is basically to service our customers properly and give them what they want,” London told ProPrint.
“Both of our companies form great relationships with the clients and it makes sense to merge with a company that’s a little bit older than mine.
“We are nimble, adaptable problem solvers for our clients and the alignment of those attributes across both businesses was important in making this decision. Green and Gold is a company that I have always respected and partnering with them is the perfect fit for both of us.”
Under the deal Artarmon-based Green and Gold Print will move to Special T’s Kingsgrove site with the integration beginning in December before hitting full operation in January 2019.
Blessington says, “We are a blend of enthusiasm, expertise, both old and new school, with a positive perspective on the future. We are looking forward to bringing our years of experience and knowledge of print to the Special T family.”
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