Books and brochures are a speciality of ours.

We are specialists in printing and binding perfect bound books and saddle stitched booklets and brochures.

We produce 100s of 1000s of books, brochures and booklets every year. Our customers range from publishers to religious organisations, general businesses to individuals and authors.

We use state of the art digital printing technology as well as traditional lithographic printing to produce our books and brochures which means that we can offer short runs of books and brochures as well as large quantities.  Because we match the printing technology to the quantity required we are able to offer customers the best value for money as we use the most economical production type for each job.  With both colour and mono printing our minimum order quantity can be from just one book upwards.

We produce all kinds of books. Standard paperback books (perfect bound), and hardback books (printed paper case), as well as saddle stitched booklets, wiro-bound books and hole punched sheets for ring binders.

We offer standard A4 and A5 size brochures from 8 pages including cover to 80 pages including cover. These brochures can be printed in full colour throughout, have a mix of colour and mono pages or just have a colour cover with mono internal pages.


Document Binding

We are specialists in printing and binding all types of books, booklets and general documents.

Perfect Binding

Perfect Binding

Known as paperback or softcover books perfect bound books can also be great for manuals, catalogues, and annuals.

Perfect binding binds your document together with hot melt glue to secure the pages together along the spine with a wrap around cover. The book is then trimmed to produce a “perfect” finish. Perfect binding gives a professional look with a square printed spine but your book won’t open far enough to lie flat.

Ideal for documents from 40 up to around 700 printed pages.

Saddle Stitch

Saddle Stitching

Saddle stitching means binding pages together using staples (known as stitches) along the spine. Ideal for booklets and magazines that have a smaller page count of up to 80 pages, though usually considerably less.

Saddle stitched books must have a page count in multiples of 4.

Wire Stitching

Wire Binding

Wire binding (also known as wiro or wire-o binding) is a popular form of binding and is formed out of double looped wire rings. Documents that are wire bound will lay completely flat on a desk and can be folded back on themselves.

It is therefore a great way to bind notebooks, recipe books, presentations, instruction manuals and any other reference type documents.

Case binding

Case Binding

Case binding is the traditional way to produce and bind a hard-back book.

Thread Sewn

Thread Sewn

Thread sewn books are very high quality but also very expensive to produce. The pages are sewn together in sections and will therefore lie flat. Ideal for books that need to be of the highest quality and last for a long time.