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06 Dec 2018
Its all about the brief!
When it comes to constructional design the team at Swanline Print are the most creative and experienced in the industry. They understand what it takes to create a packaging or POS design solution that is not only eye catching and drives consumer interest, but also considers the production and supply chain requirements.

So where do you start when briefing a new Packaging/POS concept into a con ...

Innovating with POS displays - the art of the possible
Today’s marketplace is busier and more crowded than ever before, meaning brands and retailers must pull out all the stops with point of sale (POS) displays to get their products noticed in-store. Whether it’s a promotional stand for a new best-selling book release or a Christmas storefront display, only the most innovative and creative designs are successful in catching consumers&rsquo ...

In with the old, in with the new: The evolution of print technology
Printing technologies are developing rapidly, with a constant stream of new innovations in software and hardware transforming the way products are printed and packaged.

Adapt or perish is the mantra of the business world, but does this mean for the print industry that new technologies must replace traditional? Does old necessarily mean obsolete, and does the digital revolution mean there’s no ...

Swanline Print is brewing up something special
At Swanline Print, British manufacturing is just our cup of tea. That’s why we’re launching our Made in Britain initiative this month with a line of corrugated teapot gift packs, designed and produced in-house here at our site in Stone, Staffordshire.

We joined the Made in Britain campaign earlier this year to help fly the flag for UK manufacturing. To support the organisation’s m ...

05 Jul 2017
Swanline Print Celebrates Its Manufacturing Provenance by Joining 'Made In Britain' Campaign

The landscape of British manufacturing has changed radically over the course of the past 50 years. Success is no longer measured simply by productivity and volume; the evolution of automation and advent of AI and robotics means that it is more about how we apply our knowledge, skills and technology to develop the high-tech, sophisticated products that the world is demanding. 

The UK is current ...