Precision Card Services, a leading manufacturer and supplier of eco-degradable and made from recycled plastic cards and associated services is proud to celebrate its 30 year anniversary.
Since the company was established in 1993 by Rob Nicholls and Tim Holt, it has been at the forefront of print and card manufacturing, and this milestone marks a meaningful journey of growth.
The Cheshire based business which now employs around 40 people has seen its commitment to innovation and service being recognised with numerous award wins, including most recently the Digital Printer Awards, Printweek Awards, as well as being named in the Sunday Times’ Best Place to Work list.
“We are incredibly grateful to our loyal customers, dedicated employees, and supportive partners, who have been integral to our success throughout the 30 years of PCS,” says Adam Unsworth, Managing Director. “We look forward to seeing PCS continue to grow in the coming years.”
In 2018, the company expanded its operations by launching the Plastic Card Hub, a unique web-to-print platform, alongside a £1 Million state-of-the-art digital print production facility, adding further to the company’s service offering and continuing growth.
Not only did 2022 see a successful rebrand to Precision Card Services, but it also saw the introduction of made from 100% recycled PVC to its product offering. The change from Plastic to Precision signifies how the business has evolved whilst further demonstrating its commitment to sustainability and being a responsible manufacturer within the print industry.
Recently, Precision Card Services was acquired by Woodberry Packaging, a move that will accelerate the company’s growth and expand its operations in the industry.