The business provides print management, direct mail, international mailing and bulk postage services.

Apprentices Jordan Sanders, Benjamin Jones and Mohammed Asif have been taken on across the firm’s back office and print-room divisions after the business invested in equipment that it says has doubled the speed of its output.

Its West Midlands facility houses a raft of equipment including mono and colour Xerox and Ricoh printers that produce documents and letterheads, cards, postcards and booklets for businesses.

Its latest additions include a fifth Ricoh Pro 1106 EX, an Astro 3800 high-speed inkjet address printer, a second Norpak P9 polywrap inserter and a Kern inserting line, as well as a host of IT upgrades.

Finance and operations director Lorraine Walker said: “We’ve taken these apprentices on at a real time of growth and investment for the company. We are really serious about supporting them to develop their skills and knowledge.

“They can help us with a range of admin duties which help with day to day business and they will also work on print quality assurance and on managing our social media channels.”

Walker added that the business was currently looking for two more apprentices to train up.