Hand feeding newspaper press, right up until late 70's.
Finisher Eileen Raffen.
Hand feeding newspaper folder, Printroom Foreman Duncan Cameron
1980's Apprentice printer David George running the first newspaper press. David is now Managing Director of the company.
Automated newspaper folder operated by Moira Faquharson and Maureen Hepburn
One of the annual staff parties 1982.
Neil Bremner 1980's making new photograph plates for the newspaper press. Neil is now Advertising Manager.
Going computerised in the 1980s
Into the 90's and more young apprenices appear! Duncan Stewart now our Studio Manager and Craig Peters now our Administration Director.
Staff photo from the early 2000's. We have currently 40 staff in total.
Whatever your print requirements, we provide a one stop shop for them all.
From brochures and business cards to books,magazines and all types of stationery.
As publishers of three weekly newspapers, we provide an outlet for advertising and news items, reaching readers throughout the
Whatever you require, pop in for a quote today or get in touch via our contacts page.
The company started life in the early 1930s solely as a small commercial printer, with a staff of two.
On December 15, 1933 however, the first edition of the Turriff Advertiser was produced and so began the start of our growth to the three weekly newspapers - Turriff, Inverurie and Ellon along with a huge variety of commercial print.
In 1948 we became a limited company and relocated to new larger premises directly across to the other side of High Street.
From hand setting to hot metal and through to letterpress we started the journey to our current level with the very latest computer and print technology.
Founded by W. D. Peters and R. G. Peters the company is still family owned and run, now in its fourth generation and has a staff of over 40.