Covid-19 has taken the world by surprise and caused a level of uncertainty for individuals as well as businesses all over the world. Strict lockdown measures were enforced in order to contain the spread of the virus, causing most businesses and transportation services to shut down and cease operating until control of the virus was … Read more ‘New Normal’ provides ‘New Opportunities’ for Branding
The Coronavirus pandemic has been an extraordinary and confusing occurrence causing stress, sadness and uncertainty for everyone involved, from individuals to multinational corporations. However, six months on from the first outbreak in China and after a gallant effort by the human population, we are finally witnessing a decrease in the infection rate as the curve … Read more 5 Best Practices As We Emerge From A Pandemic
As of the 20th March the Prime Minister announced that the UK as a country will slide further into the depths of a lock-down as measures are put in place to prevent the further spread of Covid-19. The new announcement outlined that pubs, cafes and restaurants will legally have to close their doors to … Read more Pubs, Café’s and Restaurants close their doors to footfall but open as a takeaway service
When we think about paper cups in the modern day, we think about takeaway coffees, festivals, parties and our favourite ice cream. They represent a way of taking some kind of luxury product away from its original source with the intention of just disposing of it later. We have even witnessed diversification into takeaway … Read more A simple solution to a relevant problem – The ‘Health Kup’
The Coronavirus – A situation Update The coronavirus has been threatening the population since its first discovery in China, December 2019. Since then it has spread to 47 countries including China with the number of infections thought to have exceeded 90,000 people. Although the majority of confirmed cases are reported to still be within China … Read more Coronavirus Update
The chancellor announces a new tax on the manufacture and import of plastic packaging that contains less than 30% recycled plastic. Philip Hammond says the government will consult on the detail and implementation timetable. However, he says it has no plans to introduce a levy on disposable plastic cups: “I have concluded that a tax … Read more No coffee cup tax
We are delighted to announce that the Printed Cup Company has recruited two new non-executive directors on board to help the company focus on its long term goals. Both directors bring extensive experience and knowledge to the board; Marj Boyer has worked with a number of businesses to create sustainable & profitable growth. Amie Stringer … Read more We've appointed two new directors!
As of today we have produced over 60million cups…We are very proud of the exciting journey we are on and promise to carry on providing the best customer service possible. Thank you to everyone who has helped us achieve this target! So why are printed paper cups so successful? Our printed products benefit in getting … Read more WE DID IT! We have produced over 60million cups.
William Holmes started his qualification on the 12th September 2016, this was a Level 2 Certificate in Warehousing and Storage. His scheduled end date was the 13/01/18, however with the quality and quantity of work Will produced, he finished his Level 2 on the 09/10/17. He has now progressed and is now enrolled on his … Read more NLTG Apprentice of the Year – William Holmes, Printed Cup Company
We are pleased to announce that last night we won the International Company of the Year award (up to £10m turnover). Thank you to Insider International Trade Forum for recognising us for this award. It is such an honour to be recognised for this award and we are so proud of our team to have … Read more We won International Company of the year award!