SUFFOLK FIRM INDIGO ROSS ACQUIRES DELTAPRINT FOLLOWING FOUNDER’S RETIREMENT
Leading design and print agency, Indigo Ross, announces the acquisition of print firm, Deltaprint, following the retirement of their Managing Director and Founder.
Having run a successful business for over 30 years, it was time for Richard Payne to hang up his printing press, but not before securing a safe home for his loyal customers.
“We’ve experienced a great deal of success in an industry that we love,” explains Richard Payne, Managing Director and Founder of Deltaprint. “As I entered retirement, I wanted to make sure that the business we’ve built would continue to thrive. Most importantly, we wanted to ensure that our customers would be taken care of, by a company that shares our values, standards and dedication to quality.
“We’ve been in conversation with Indigo Ross for a while now. We know and respect them and we trust that they will continue our good work. It’s time for a new chapter.”
“This acquisition is a logical step for Indigo Ross as we continue to grow,” says Phil Roper, Founder and Managing Director, Indigo Ross. “We know Richard well, our values are clearly aligned and we know we can provide a seamless transition for Deltaprint’s clients.
“We’ve diversified into graphic design and web design over the years, but print continues to drive our business. As technology has changed, we’ve expanded our range of services to offer new techniques such as giclée and large format, but we’re excited to strengthen our core printing capability with this acquisition.
“The print sector has had its fair share of ups and downs over the years, but it’s a strong and stable industry. Print is a major contributor to the Suffolk and UK economy, providing training and jobs to a new generation. We’re proud to be a part of this thriving business and to be able to grow our company to support all of our clients.”