Easter celebrations at Intec Printing Solutions


21st of April, 2011 Bookmark and Share
It’s Easter and a time for celebration, says one Poole boss.
Ian Melville, MD of Intec Printing Solutions in Hamworthy believes that despite businesses continuing to make redundancies and cutbacks during the severe economic downturn, firms shouldn’t forget their hard working staff.
He surprised each of his workers by presenting them with a Thornton’s luxury Easter Egg.
“Intec has had an exceptional first three months of 2011 and this is a good way of recognising the valuable contribution my staff make to the success of this business – a Dorset success story,” says Mr Melville.
“There’s a feeling that Christmas is the most important time of the year because of the birth of Christ,” he adds. “But Easter represents His death and the egg signifies new life – His resurrection.”
In addition Mr Melville has ensured that many of his staff have been able to take an 11-day holiday starting from Good Friday and including the Royal Wedding.


About Intec Printing Solutions
Intec Printing Solutions manufactures heavy stock colour laser printers that will print on stocks such as thick card and magnetic media up to 512gsm. The majority of sales are eggsports (exports), it generates £100,000 gross profit per month and will officially unveil its US office in Tampa, Florida in May.


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Front row: from l-r: MD Ian Melville, General Manager John Anderson, Marketing Manager Tim Saunders

Back row: from l-r: Team Leader Consumables Alison Ashford, International Sales Executive Paul Fripp, Warehouse Administrator Martin Langridge, Sales Administrator Helen Sims, Purchasing Manager Keira Barr, Account Manager Julie Hudson, Technical and Training Manager Andy Withall

tim saunders
Tim Saunders is the Marketing Manager at Intec Printing Solutions in Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, UK, which owns and manufactures the Intec range of ultra heavy stock colour laser printers. Prior to his appointment, Tim was the Business and Motoring Editor at the Bournemouth Echo.