A visit to a growing Blackburn company has left the Mayor of Blackburn with Darwen impressed with their plans for the future.
Councillor Alan Cottam visited Ronset’s facilities in Whitebirk to find out more about the innovative printing machines they have invested in to help them become one of the area’s leading printers.
Ronset worked closely with Blackburn with Darwen Council to print all of the marketing materials and signage for their presence at the International Festival for Business ‘Made in the UK’ exhibition and conference in Liverpool in July.
Ronset Managing Director Peter Farnworth said:
“Our business was built in Blackburn over 50 years ago and we are hoping to remain in the area for many more years to come. We were honoured that our reputation as one of the North West’s leading printers led to the Mayor choosing to come and find out more about us and what we can offer to businesses in the local area – and wider afield.”
The Mayor of Blackburn with Darwen, Alan Cottam, added:
“Ronset has done incredibly well to come through the recession even stronger than they were before and I am really excited about their plans to further increase the speed of their turnaround for jobs whilst still offering customers a cost effective service.
“I am a firm believer in keeping business local whenever possible and with some fantastic ideas to keep them at the forefront of printing in the future, this is definitely possible with Ronset.”