Local company celebrates its fine print


Adams Print continues to secure itself as a market leader in the national print domain, recently securing three Silver medals and a  Bronze at the prestigious National Print Awards for 2007. In its 24th year, the Awards process lays the foundation for the prosperity of the print, packaging and visual communication industry in Australia by celebrating outstanding contributions to the craft of print.

The three Silver medals were awarded to Adams Print for their exceptional entries in the categories of Calendars, Postcards and Two Colour Printing. The Bronze medal winning entry was for a calendar by Roger Wandless, a renowned New Zealand based landscape photographer.

Roger's decision to work with Adams Print was based on reputation. "I wanted to work with the award winning Adams Print instead of going to Asia. They have a proven track record of treating photography with the highest respect and quality control."

Over the past four years, Adams Print has collected three Gold medals, four Silver, four Bronze and been inducted into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame for Manufacturing Excellence. This is in addition to winning the 2006 Geelong Business Excellence Awards for Manufacturing and/or Export.

Managing Director of Adams Print, Shane Soutar, says that "winning four medals this year has given recognition to the efforts of all our team, who are involved at every level of production. Ultimately, the Awards serve to reiterate that we continue to offer our clients a premium quality product."

Adams Print continues to invest in training and retaining the best people while constantly seeking the latest print technology in order to create a benchmark for the industry. "Our facilities and systems are constantly evolving in order to maintain our position as industry front  runners" says Shane. "Our mission each year is to exceed the levels of print quality that we have previously been rewarded for."