Albany, Auckland Printer Takes Letterpress Process Award for Business Cards

Laserfoil Design and Print company of Auckland win prestigious Pride in Print awards for the fourth year running. Owner celebrates with team for their dedication to top quality service.

Auckland, New Zealand - May 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Laserfoil Design and Print Company wins big again at the prestigious annual Pride in Print awards competition in New Zealand. Awards included a National Letterpress Process Award, two Gold and two Highly Commended awards makes it the fourth year running that the popular Albany printing company is rewarded for its dedication to excellence and quality in everything they do.

The judges’ comment: “Foiling of the small serif lettering is just perfect. A business card with a very effective design and die cut. Printed superbly with excellent use of the embossing and foil finishes. An overall great job showcasing letterpress”

More information with beautiful examples of the work done can be found at http://laserfoil.co.nz

The Pride in Print awards are based on the technical excellence in all facets of the production process, within the potential and limits of the particular process and equipment used. Elements of typography and good design is part of this judgement as will the effective and innovative use of materials.

The winning entries were gift vouchers and business cards which have always been part of the product range that they have been specifically known for. The digital foil process gives the client a beautiful foil finish on the product and is done in-house which makes them very competitive in price.

Success of the company starts with their dedicated and experienced team. The team enjoy challenges and their strive towards perfection is contagious. The staff are friendly and want their customers to feel welcome and confident that they have the experience and knowledge of the technical side of their work to ensure that the customer can trust their advice and service. Every project is unique and get the attention needed to meet the special needs of the customer. They offer solutions from design assistance to printing process recommendations.

Laserfoil Design and Print supply a wide choice of processes such as foil stamping, letterpress printing and digital colour printing. Their record of awards won over four consecutive years are a tribute to the company which has gone from strength to strength since the present owners took over in 2009.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Morris
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Organization: Laserfoil Design & Print
Address: 3c Miro Place Albany, Auckland, Auckland 0632, New Zealand
Phone: +64-9-419-4168
Website: http://www.laserfoil.co.nz

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