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  4. Print Finishing

About Us


How we work


Helping you make the right decisions


Working with us is a relaxed affair. We have a vast range of experience in our company and can talk you through the best way to achieve the result you are after. This applies whether you’re a small local business or a multi-national agency.
 

We can explain our environmental policy and what we do to minimise waste, pollution and energy consumption (with the added bonus of reducing your bill), then decide together the best way to handle your particular job. Digital? Large sheet feed? Small offset? You name it, we’ve got it. Whichever process you choose, you can rely on the very latest technology and software for prepress and printing.


Keeping costs competitive


A long time ago we decided we’d always purchase new equipment over the shortest period. This even includes our 12,000 sq. ft factory in the centre of Bristol, which we own outright. In this way our overheads are kept low, and those savings are passed on to you - making us arguably the most competitive printer in the South West.


History


30 years of helpful service


Sebright opened its doors for business in December 1979, boasting a Rotaprint, a guillotine, a photocopier and a shop at No. 1 Coronation Road, Southville.
 
Things have moved on since then. The letterpress lead type, negative and paper plates have been superceded by advanced computer-to-plate Heidelbergs and digital presses.
 
But it’s not just keeping up with technology that has enabled us to prosper. Our real strengths lie in the quality of our products; a genuinely friendly and efficient service; and competitive pricing.
  
We’ve been a busy local employer over the years. It’s a tribute to the culture of the company that some of our team – and many of our clients - have been with us since the 1980’s.
 

For the last 26 years we have been operating from Stokes Croft in the heart of the city, while keeping close to the heart of what is happening in the print industry.