The Print Centre

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BERKHAMSTED 01442 876600  PINEWOOD STUDIOS 01753 656165
Quaility Print supplied in Leighton Buzzard

As a local company we have an excellent reputation in Leighton & Linslade, whether the job is big or small it is executed in the fastest and most cost effective way, without compromising on Quality. With over 40 years experience in the trade we specialise in all aspects of Litho and Digital print. Being just down the road in Berkhamsted we can deliver on time and quickly to Leighton & Linslade.

About Us

The Print Centre have been delivering quality printing services to companies and organisations for over 40 years. Over this time The Print Centre (Originally J & M Nixon Printers Ltd) has gradually grown, making several business acquisitions along the way. These companies include Partridge and Legg of Gerrards Cross, Peacock Printers of Berkhamsted and more recently Mason Printers of Amersham.

This has helped assist our growth and increase the services we can offer to our clients. Our plant list has developed to boast the very latest print technology, enabling us to become highly competitive in delivering consistently high quality products to an ever-increasing client base including blue chip companies that choose to return to us time and time again..

To find out more about what we do, read on.
Get in touch with the team on 01442 876600; 01753 656165
or e-mail

You won’t be disappointed

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Latest News

The Print Centre in UK-first with Duploben nixon managing director the print centre

The Print Centre has become the first company in the UK to begin using Duplo’s new 600i Booklet System.

The Duplo 600i will replace an existing 500i system at The Print Centre and will be used to complement the company’s digital and litho presses, as well as further increase productivity. Ben Nixon, Managing Director at The Print Centre, explains that the company is a long-time user of Duplo equipment and is confident about what the latest piece of kit will be able to offer.

The Print Centre Print Monthly

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