CMP Print Celebrating 25 Years of Business
Posted on: 16/11/2020
Poole-based CMP Print, are thrilled to be celebrating 25 years in business.
As one of the UK’s leading digital book printers, CMP offers a vast array of printing services to publishers and self-publishing authors, as well as supporting the manufacturing and training industries.
Since 1995 the team have been pushing the boundaries of digital print, choosing innovation over the ordinary and delivering an unchallenged service to their worldwide audience.
Through their continual investment in emerging technologies, they’ve been able to provide true ‘on-demand-print’ at quality levels generally expected of more traditional methods of print.
CMP pride themselves on supplying their clients with their own innovative and unique digital printing solutions with an ever-growing client base providing proof of this. Many of CMP’s clients have been with them from the very beginning, including Hamworthy Heating who were one of CMP’s very first clients.
“We have a longstanding relationship with CMP over their 25 years in business. They have remained a great supplier for our print jobs and you always get a personal service – we still deal with Paul on many of the projects, as well as his helpful team. They have worked on a variety of print jobs for us, from brochures with spot UV covers to wire bound price books and they have always kept up with changing times. In more recent years we moved to a ‘print on demand’ model with them which dramatically reduced our print costs, cut our wastage, and enabled us to react quicker to demand for different print material.
We always like to work with local suppliers where possible and hope to continue working with CMP for another 25 years.” – Ian Roe, Hamworthy Heating
Owner and Managing Director, Paul Dawe said, “It’s been an absolute privilege working with our clients over the past 25 years and although 2020 has proved somewhat a challenge for everyone in our industry, we’re fighting fit and still able to provide the level of service we always have.”
The world we live in now is very different from the one they first started trading in. Consumers live in an “Amazon world”, where they expect fast delivery, excellent communication at all stages and a level of customer service never seen before.
Any business that does not evolve and adapt to the way consumers make purchasing decisions now are destined for failure, they also need to be able to tailor their approach or find new markets. A lot of businesses are too rigid and set in their way, but CMP is not precious about change.
Print takes many shapes and forms, constantly evolving and changing with the times, but ultimately it’s about providing a solution to customers’ needs and if that needs changes, so will we.
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