Although KSP began as a relatively modest screen printing business back in 1985, with careful specialisation in key printing and finishing technology we have long-since established ourselves as a leader in high quality large format digital printing, paper over board and PVC welding production.

With continued substantial new investments in technology and training during 2015, KSP continue to offer customers new innovations in print production in large format digital die-less cutting and creasing. This technology allows us to provide economical short-run solutions for specialised output of larger items.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients over the last 30 years. We have developed many great working relationships over this time and continue to provide all our loyal customers with the highest level of quality and output.

Take a look over some of the key milestones of our company – it’s incredible to look back over this time and see how much we have grown!

  • 1985 – Precision Screen Print Limited was formed, good job I wasn’t superstitious, we started on April fool’s day 01/04/1985!!!!
  • 1988 – Introduction of High Frequency Welding, manufacturing of PVC binders, previously outsourced
  • 1989 – Large investment into faster automated screen print equipment with the introduction of UV curing to enable us to print UV inks enabling much finer detail to be printed consistently
  • 1990 – Introduction of trading name of KSP and expansion into next door premises, doubling square footage from 2,500 to 5,000
  • 1995 – KSP move their operation to a freehold 13,000 square foot building enabling us to expand further, 28 staff now on the payroll
  • 1998 – First KSP website launched
  • 2004 – We move again to new premises, now we have much improved workflow due to design of building, location and services
  • 2005 – Investment in Paper Over Board manufacturing equipment brings this in house after several years of subcontracting
  • 2006 – £200,000 investment into large format UV digital printing and CAD die less cutting and creasing
  • 2012 – Cadburys appoint KSP to produce many printed personalised items for all competitors at the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympic games
  • 2015 – Another £100,000 investment in even larger format CAD die less cutting and creasing
  • 2015 – New website launched bringing KSP right up to date with new Google SEO requirements and demands

Finally, our sincerely thanks goes to our fantastic team of employees for their loyal support as we celebrate this milestone in our business. We could not have come this far without the hard work of every member of the KSP team – thank you!