Heidelberg rank us no’1 in Europe for B2 sheet-fed print capacity. Five of our eight litho presses have advanced colour management capability, using Inpress Control. Speed, capacity, accuracy.
Lithographic (litho) also called offset printing is where the image of the content you want to produce is placed on a plate which is then covered in ink and used for printing. It remains highly cost effective, especially for larger print runs and can accommodate many different weights of paper.
Consistent quality & speed
We print round the clock, 363 days a year offering a fast, high quality and consistent printing service using 8 industry leading B2 Heidelberg presses capable of printing more than 287 million sheets of paper a year.
It gives us the print capacity, agility and competitive pricing that our clients, especially other printers and publishers, have come to rely on.
Thank you so much to you all for going the extra mile and getting this difficult job to the client in time. It's truly appreciated! In any case, it has cemented my relationship with Bishops. It's when things don't go quite as planned, but the people you rely on pull all the stops out to get the job done, so many many thanks to you and all at Bishops. I will try and use you more!
Geoff G, Trade Print Client
You are the best printer I have ever worked with! And your excellent pricing means that we are able to actually do this amazing project! Thanks so much.
Heidi L, Publishing Client
Again, an excellent job you and your team...makes my life so easy.
Paul V, Print Management Client
Just to let you know we received the catalogues today and they are great. We’re really pleased with them.
Mark P, Clock Audio
Colour accurate printing
Integrated into the presses our Inpress Control is an optional feature we’ve chosen to invest in, it measures and controls colour at any speed. It’s all about giving you accurate and consistent colour on every job you place with us. It’s a feature particularly valued by our publishing clients.
The technology enables us to measure colour on set-up and during the print run. If you’re producing a wide range of materials for a single brand or multiple versions of product catalogues and brochures you want the highest level of electronic colour control.