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Gold, silver for Eckersley Print Group

Posted: 2pm 12 Nov 2021

Eckersley Print Group has added another accolade to its cabinet, winning gold in the leaflets/brochures/flyers category of the National Print Awards.

It was their second award recognising their quality of work on Padua College’s strategic plan – they won gold in the same category of the state Printing Industry Creativity awards.

The Narangba-based business was also awarded the National Silver Medal for Creative Sustainability at the national awards.

Sales and marketing executive Lea Eckersley said they were delighted to be recognised as the company celebrated its 50th anniversary.

“This is an incredible achievement for our company against some serious contenders across all states and territories,” Lea says.

“We couldn’t be more proud of our team and our significant efforts in reaching carbon-neutral outcomes and achieving environmental sustainability KPIs.

The ISO14001 Enviro-accredited and FSC certified business produces commercial print, signage and display, office print management, promotional products, warehousing, logistics and bespoke design and publishing services.

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