The company based in Nelson, Lancashire, scooped a three-year contract to supply Bolton Council and international aviation suppliers NetJets with their printed materials.

The framework deal for Bolton will involve litho and digital work for promotional material for leisure and tourism activities such as Bolton Food Festival, said Cleaver. The contract is worth around £1.5m over six lots.

The 35-year old company uses B2 five- and six-colour Roland presses and Océ digital equipment. It offers data-management services and full finishing including folding, laminating, stitching and wire binding.

The 22-staff firm makes £2m turnover and clients include social-housing groups and private-sector names such as Hoseasons Group.

The second contract, for 12 months, is for a safety news magazine for NetJets, which will go out five times a year in runs of around 2,000. Printoff will also handle occasional jobs for the client including calendars and return cards.

“This is a busy and exciting time,” Cleaver said. “During late 2012 we made a decision to realign the business and integrated latest print technologies. Online proofing solutions and digital print underpin our core full colour print B2 capabilities.”

Prior to taking up here role in January Cleaver was managing director of partner company Concept4, a digital and traditional marketing business, also based in Nelson, with clients in education, health, commercial and public sectors.

She is now managing director of both companies and replaces Brian Hough who has left the firm.