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What is offset printing?
Offset printing, also referred to as offset lithography is a type of printing process used by virtually all large commercial printers. It is called offset, because the ink is not directly pressed onto the paper, but is distributed from a metal plate to a rubber blanket where it is then set onto the paper.

What is digital printing?
Digital printing is printing that uses electronic files in print production. The two kinds of equipment used to produce digital printing are the Direct Imaging Press (DI) and the Digital Color Printer.

What do you do to help the environment?

  • Upgrading to new technology has reduced the use of solvents.
  • We use vegetable oil based inks where ever possible.
  • We actively encourage and promote the use of FSC Certified Paper, 100% recycled paper or paper containing an element of recycled fibre.
  • All waste paper is collected and recycled by a local contractor.
  • We segregate all of the unavoidable production waste that we can create and this is collected and processed by a government approved and registered processing company. The amount of waste has diminished significantly due to the investment in new technology. We are fully compliant with the Hazardous Waste Act 2005.

Do you charge VAT on printed items?
As there are many anomalies to the charging of VAT on printed items you may like to follow this link for further information. Link to HMRC VAT notes


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By phone: +44 1342 844 055

By post: Unit C1, Hays Bridge Business Centre, Brickhouse Lane, South Godstone, Surrey, RH9 8JW

By email: print@arrow-ps.com

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