1st of October 2014 sees a change in legislation for all us motorists with the abolishing of the paper tax disc! Why do we think this will help your business; becuase where there is space, there is a chance to get your name out there!
Here at Thames Loose Leaf we think that any empty spaces can be utilised and as such we have created a product that uses the car window space to promote your company. Using the same techniques as a tax disc holder, we want to turn even the smallest space in to advertising.
Promote yourselves, get yourselves noticed. Make use of the free space! Names, logos and slogans can all be litho or digitally printed.
Did you know that Thames Loose Leaf has the largest encapsulation faciltiy in Europe and one of the largest in the world. We have 14 fully automated machines under one roof. We would like to invite you down for a visit to see our factory in operation. Its rare these days that something of this scale is produced in Britian and we are proud to stamp the made in Britian stamp on our products. Do not worry if you only have a small run we have the right machine for just a few prints or if its a larger run we can run in to the millions.
If you would like more information on our encapsualtion services or any of our products then give us a call today.
We hope you had a fantastic festive break, we have been back since the 2nd and our machines are in full swing. Lots of capacity as always, being the largest encapsulation facility in Europe with 14 machines operational at once we always have space for our clients. 24 hour turnaround available.
Please get in contact today on 01702 551155
Thanks for all the messages regarding our new Facebook page, we thought it was time to share our Twitter feed. We have been fans of this particular social media site for a while now and below are a few facts and figures if you're not that familiar. We can be found here @thameslooseleaf
1. There are more than 200 million active Twitter users worldwide and more than 500 million Tweets are sent on the platform every day. 60 per cent of Twitter's users worldwide are active on mobile.
You can now stay updated with everything that is going on at Thames Loose Leaf on our Facebook page we can be found at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thames-Loose-Leaf/686940597990529
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We are delighted to announce Richard Pond has joined our Business Development team, Richard has nearly 20 years’ experience in the print and plastics industry and is a welcome addition to the ever growing team here at Thames Loose Leaf. If you are a new or existing customer and would like Richard to pop over and introduce himself he can be reached on 01702 551155 or on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teslin Key Fobs have fast become a key product for us here at Thames Loose Leaf. Having recently secured a huge order from a well- known supermarket chain for our popular 2 part snap Key Fob through our sister company Thames Card Technology, I think it’s safe to say that if you have a requirement for Key Fobs……then look no further, we can help!
Alan Day has returned to Thames Loose Leaf as the newly appointed General Manager after a 4 year stint away working for our sister company Thames Card Technology.
Alan is no stranger to TLL having joined the company some 35 years ago. His career at Thames Loose Leaf started back in October 1978, taking a role which involved sweeping the floors and generally helping out wherever he was required. This then evolved over the years as Alan climbed through the ranks and new opportunities arose, moving from Factory hand to Supervisor followed by Production Manager, then finally becoming a Director of the business dealing with all purchasing and general day to day running.
Enticed by an incredibly worthy cause and the 1st Place Prize of an extra day’s holiday and a surprise runner up gift, there were
a total of 7 entrants in the competition who all pledged a minimum of £5.00 to enter.
The rules were simple, bake.. bake.. bake and name your cake in preparation for a blind judging.
It’s the beginning of a New Year so with a renewed enthusiasm and a fresh outlook, I want to wave the British Manufacturing Flag!
Ok, so with the bold statement made, I know that the first question is always “Why should I buy products from the UK if they appear cheaper from abroad?”
Although price is an important factor, surely there are other factors that should be taken into consideration?