Double Digit Growth For Snap Printing

January 5, 2007 by Mark | 0 Comments

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Snap Printing, Ireland’s largest business design and print provider, today announced turnover of €22.7m for the year ended December 31, 2006. This represents growth of 12% over the previous year’s revenues of €20.3m.

Muiris Murphy, group managing director, Snap Printing SAID: “In an industry that has seen its fair share of casualties in terms of the reduced number of printers, Snap has moved to offer their customers a wider base of products to choose from and this has been key to our success in Ireland to-date.

“We are getting into the design process earlier and earlier with our customers and find ourselves providing marketing constancy by way of formulating the ideas for promotions, brochures, news letters, annual reports, designing these pieces, printing them and ultimately distributing them.?

Snap Printing opened three new franchises across Ireland in 2006 and has increased its workforce by 20% to 180 people over the last two years. In 2006 the company also completed a €4m investment in developing its 20,000 Sq. Ft. centralised facility at Baldonnell, Dublin.

The company was founded in 1984 by businessman, Michael Kearney and employs 180 people across its 22 Irish franchises.

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