Company wins print award for book of watercolours.
Digital printer, bookbinder and presentation packaging company Dunn and Mills Group was named Digital Printer Magazine Book Printer of the Year Award 2012 at a gala luncheon London's Marriott Hotel.
The company, which employs more than 80 staff and has annual sales of almost PS3m was recognised for its entry, Yorkshire in Watercolour, a dust-jacketed hardback book featuring the work of Wakefield-based artist Les Packham.
The book, consisting of 128 colour pages showing some of the artists' best-known works, was published, designed, printed and bound by the Dunn and Mills Group, which is based at Red Doles Lane, Deighton.
The award was presented to group director and co-owner Jeremy Mills by a representative of award sponsor Delphax at the event and host ex-footballer Kevin Keegan.
Said Mr Mills: "In recent years, we have become one of the leading digital printers, bookbinders and presentation packaging companies in the country and this major win cements our growing reputation in the industry.
"This Award is recognition of the skills and expertise of our dedicated staff in very difficult economic circumstances which have seen us invest prudently in new technology and equipment at our main Huddersfield site."
| WINNER: Jeremy Mills (second left), director and publisher of the Dunn and Mills Group, with (from left) Kevin Keegan; Steve Hubbard, general manager for EMEA, Delphax, and Lindsey Pearson
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Jan 8, 2013|
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