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Success Through Evolution

“It’s a constantly changing industry,” says Stephen Kale, who started the business in 1984 with his Wife, Jill.

“Keeping up with the newest technologies means we can provide a greater value service for our clients. Every new technology acquisition is driven by our desire to create a better experience for the customer.”

With a staff of 40, Kale Print is now the leading print company in the Bay of Plenty, providing a wide range of print solutions for local businesses, as well as companies throughout New Zealand and Australia.


Wealth and expertise

“We have very high staff retention, which in turn creates a wealth of knowledge and expertise. We have some of the most knowledgeable and passionate people in the industry working at every stage of the process.” General Manager, Peter Lloyd says Kale Print’s staff also includes a dedicated team of specialist consultants, from various design and print backgrounds.

“They all pride themselves on delivering great service and helping our clients find innovative ways to break through the competition and get their customer's attention”.

GENERATIONS OF PRINTING EXPERTISE: STEPHEN, BRENT AND GAVIN KALE.

“Keeping up with the newest technologies means we can provide a greater value service for our clients”

Stephen Kale

“It’s a truly valuable part of the Kale Print experience that sets us apart from our competition.”

Embracing of new technology, such as Kale Print’s hybrid ultra violet (HUV) offset printing machine - a first for the Bay of Plenty - allows for instant drying, helping the company meet the market’s demand for small-to-medium run packaging and printing.

“We’re producing more jobs than we ever have, but trends are tending towards shorter runs, and the need to provide faster turnaround and finishing.”

“We’ve become a full end-to-end solution for commercial visual communications, providing design and print services for not only traditional marketing and stationery requirements, but also signage, vehicle wraps, labels and packaging,” says Peter. “Print’s certainly not dead.”

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