UK-based Performance Print, an independent consultancy firm supporting customers across the labels and flexible packaging industry, has celebrated a successful first year of operations.
Established in 2020, Performance Print offers consultancy services for labels and flexible packaging manufacturers across every sector, from food and pharmaceutical labels to sleeves and pouches.
‘We are delivering a full range of services, from preventative maintenance contracts, breakdown support, press relocation, and installation, through to press upgrades and rebuilds, operator training, application support and instruction on lean production and management,’ said Sam Adams, founder of Performance Print. ‘The last 18 months have been a real rollercoaster for the industry, with the impact of the global pandemic affecting almost everyone in different ways. Issues from importing parts and travel limitations affecting the availability of maintenance engineers through to having an entire workforce that was subject to ever-changing restrictions have just compounded the difficulties businesses already encountered daily.
‘With many customers looking to replace end-of-life components or retrofit machines, we’ve already earned a reputation for sourcing the best parts at the best prices. We’re effectively a one-stop-shop, supplying whatever a customer needs at a competitive price without compromising on quality. We have been able to use our years of experience and knowledge to help customers across the industry successfully navigate their daily challenges and help ensure that they could continue operating uninterrupted and at capacity.’
According to Adams, despite the numerous lockdowns and restrictive working conditions faced last year, the Performance Print team had enjoyed a great reception from the industry.
‘We really could not have asked for a better welcome or more support in this first 18 months, even with all the challenges. We have received outstanding support from our colleagues, customers, and partners, and look forward to helping existing and new customers throughout the UK and Europe,’ concluded Adams.