Imagine late 2009, 3 old school friends sitting round a table having a drink and deciding they ought to set up a business together as the country was coming out of recession (how wrong could we be) and there had to be opportunities to succeed.
So at the beginning of January 2010 the company was formed and operated from a small unit in Bulwell, Nottingham. With no customers and the economy still precarious the early days were challenging; however, an opportunity presented itself in July 2010 that we couldn't turn down - 30,000 pizza trays (10,000 per week) for M&S. Having never been given a contract of this size and not having the right kit, lets just say it was interesting; throughout the course of the job everyone pulled together to ensure that we were never late - no one thought we could manage but our can do attitude was the foundation of the business then as it is today;
9 years on and the same level of commitment from the team was required to produce the Tommies for the “there but not there” campaign to celebrate the end of the first world war. With the ongoing commitment and dedication of his ever expanding team, ensured a smooth delivery of quality product.
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Within our time in the industry, we have worked on a wide spectrum of projects, from prototypes; one off bespoke items to large rollouts. Therefore, if you have something in mind contact us - we will advise you on the best manufacturing processes and the attributes of appropriate materials.
Having worked within the industry for over 20 years and as emphasized above - Craig insists the business operates a can do attitude, and works on the premise that you can never turn back time - thus meeting the performance standards he has set is of paramount importance.
Craig leads from the front by not asking his staff to do anything he isn't prepared to, and has developed a great team of loyal staff all pulling for each other.
Mark has worked in the industry for over 30 years, during this time has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience on not only how to do things but more importantly how not to. As Thomas Edison said "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work". Fortunately Mark did most of his learning before he joined PPS.