New directors at Norwich printing company
Norwich-based Really Useful Print Company has celebrated an unbroken century of service to the business community by appointing two new directors to mastermind a further phase of growth in the fast-changing world of digital print.
Daniel Littlechild, son of RUPC managing director David Littlechild, has been appointed production director.
Jim Bidnall becomes sales director. David Littlechild himself will clock up 50 years in the stationery and print business this year.
RUPC can trace its roots back to the Morris Printing Company, founded in Norwich in 1913.
Today the business has a clientele stretching from Glasgow to Southampton. It also has a highly-regarded specialist arm, providing legal and professional stationery.
David Littlechild is forecasting an increase in sales over the next two years to £1.2 million.