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The complete package

FORWARD-thinking printing specialists are sharing their expertise to ensure clients can get a bespoke package to meet their requirements.

MPP in Wellingborough, formerly Mosaic Corporation, and Corby-based Kanda Print Midlands and Brunel Signs now have a new look with eye-catching branding to showcase each company’s services.

And, behind this latest move, there is still the reassurance that each team has extensive experience in this competitive sector.

This latest move to bring the three businesses together means clients can now talk direct to one person about all their requirements from digital print to full-scale signage and packaging. Customers can commission a design for a business card, and have it scaled up to a poster, exhibition stand or weather-sturdy sign.

MD Lee Rockingham said: “We wanted to show clients that when it comes to planning for the future we listen to our own advice – a new look for a new era.

“We have extensive experience in this sector which means we can offer real benefits for customers who are looking for high quality products at a competitive price. We have a good reputation for our flexibility and fast turn around and ongoing investment in people and equipment means we can offer some of the latest technologies to keep us at the top of our game.

“We like to talk to each customer to see what the most cost-effective way is of meeting their print requirements from concept to delivery.

“Our comprehensive services cover all aspects of design and print, from a creative idea right through to the final printed product. Once we know the requirements, we put together a plan that meets the customer’s priorities, schedule and their budget. It makes us one of the leading business-to-business print solution providers in the East Midlands with a proven wealth of experience built up over 30 years.”


MPP may well be a new name but there is still a team with extensive experience meeting the print needs of clients.

The rebranding of Wellingborough-based Mosaic Corporation is all part of the new strategy for this print company headed up by MD Lee Rockingham, who also owns Kanda Print Midlands and Brunel Signs in Corby.

Lee has been working closely with long-serving directors Martin Canham, who continues to head up production and sales director Steve Smith (pictured above).

Litho carton printing is the main focus for MPP and clients for the Wellingborough-based business include many national retail chains. Now, with the introduction of the other two companies, clients can talk direct to one person about all their requirements from digital print to full-scale signage.

Small and medium-sized enterprises can expect the same attention and level of service as national and international brands who already work with MPP to create a wide range of products.

Eco-friendly packaging and disposables are proving to be best-sellers and now more work can be undertaken to meet growing demand for products that meet sustainability requirements. Lee, who has extensive experience in the food sector, said: “It helps to understand the specific demands of a client when a product not only has to look good but has to meet their needs in the most cost-effective way possible.”

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