HISTORY OF PRINTSTOCK PRODUCTS
Graham Eagle founded Printstock in 1983 and started off humbly with a laminator and sheeting machine, operating out of a rented shed.
By focussing strongly on the needs and demands of our customers, Printstock has been able to grow strongly and today we are a significant player in the New Zealand and Australian markets, employing highly skilled staff in a custom-built 24,000 square foot factory. We have a strong customer focus and have worked alongside our clients for more than 30 years and much of our success, experience and goodwill is due to this.
Graham sold the business to Gourmet Foods Ltd in 2020 and stayed on to be General Manager. Sadly Graham passed away in April 2021. The team at Printstock will honour his legacy by continuing to produce high quality flexographic printed materials and laminates.
Our factory is extremely versatile and we continuously develop equipment to meet specific customer requirements.
We print, emboss, laminate and cut to size, materials from 7-micron foil to 700-micron board. We handle widths from 25mm up to 1500mm and can even cut wraps for individual chocolates. We are able to achieve tight delivery times and have an unstinting dedication to quality.
General Manager: Richard Croad is the General Manager of Printstock Products Limited. He has many years of management experience in the Food industry both in NZ and overseas and is able to apply these to the benefit of Printstock. Richard will lead the next chapter forward for Printstock.
Factory Manager: Nigel started in the printing business in 1985, working for many of New Zealand’s leading printing and laminating businesses.
He joined Printstock in 1995 with his valuable knowledge and management experience.
As factory manager, Nigel oversees the installation and development of our machines. He has a “can do” attitude to the most challenging jobs.
Office Manager: Debbie, with her invaluable accounts experience and bubbly personality joined Prinstock in 2000.
She thrives on the variety and challenges of dealing with staff, suppliers and customers.
She is a mother of three, including twin girls so she knows lots about being efficient.
Call Debbie for any account inquiries.