Horsham’s Bishopric is buzzing with major developments and a further exciting expansion for local businesses is on the way! JR Print has acquired the assets and site of the former Kool Kat Company – The Old Granary at 37 Bishopric, behind Shelley House – where they are extending the existing print facility.

JR Print will continue to work from their premises at 19a Denne Parade until early September, when a major investment in equipment and people will create one integrated printing solution for our district .when the two JR operations come together in the Bishopric. But there is far more to JR than just printing – they pride themselves in providing a comprehensive design, printing and copying service – fully utilising the latest digital techniques together with guillotining, folding, stapling, creasing, laminating and other finishing facilities. JR Print are an authorised Fed Ex Shipping Centre, too. In the meantime, David Want runs the existing Bishopric venture, telling the District Post: “We work closely with clients, focusing on quality to deliver their needs. Everything is done in house from posters, brochures and point of sale material for businesses through to wedding and funeral printing for personal customers. We’re a reliable, well established company and will have much more space in the new set up and think combining our sites will be exciting news for Horsham businesses!” David Meadham manages the Denne Parade enterprise, saying: “David and I have known each other for many years having first worked together at Kodak. We’re adaptable, flexible and with our modern, fast machinery are accustomed to working to short deadlines. We’ve outgrown Denne Parade and are really looking for the business to take off when we’re all at the Bishopric come the end of summer.” There is ample customer parking and  friendly welcome guaranteed. JR count many local businesses and local councils among their valued clients and both David’s echoed: “Bring your needs to us and leave it to the two Dave’s and our enthusiastic team – you’ll bless the day you did!”

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