Print for marketing and advertising
Earn the attention of valuable customers with captivating print.
Premium brands such as Rolls-Royce, and creative businesses such as Getty Images, depend on Park for unrivalled quality and class-leading environmental credentials.
Working to rigorous ISO 12647 colour certification standards, Park’s digital, lithographic and large format display printing equipment is calibrated for exceptional colour accuracy across all three formats. This ensures consistency across your whole campaign.
Our meticulous attention to detail is recognised industry-wide, with wins in the Print Week Awards and Print Design & Marketing Awards.
Prized by photographers and luxury brands, Park’s in-house repro service is part and parcel of our high-end production values.
The service combines human expertise with technological capability: using GMG colour proofing software and online proofing systems to collaborate with print designers and fine-tune details, right up to final press.
Our Epson press is colour-calibrated along with all our production presses, allowing print designers to sign off colour-accurate proofs, and often to trust Park to press-pass on their behalf.
By retouching in-house, we’re able to undertake revisions at speed, sometimes reducing production cycles by several days, whilst increasing accuracy and quality control.
Park carries the ISO 9001 quality certification, a mark of our track-record in meeting highest-possible production standards on every page of print.
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