Bristol printing company Twentysix01 secures funding package for move to new premises from Barclays

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Independent large format printing firm Twentysix01 Ltd has secured a six-figure commercial mortgage to move to new premises, as part of a wider bespoke funding package from Barclays.

Established in Bristol in 2015 by business partners Steve Williamson and Paul Johnson, Twentysix01 Ltd offers bespoke artwork, design, project and print management, site surveys and installation

The firm has moved from its site at Western Drive, Hengrove to new 4,083 sq ft premises at Crown Way, Warmley Business Park, Bristol.

Steve launched Twentysix01 Ltd with long term colleague Paul six and a half years ago, having worked together for more than 20 years in the print and design industry. Their clients range from blue chip corporates, small and medium-sized businesses, to sole traders operating across all industries and sectors in the UK.

The directors, Steve Williamson and Paul Johnson said: “Purchasing the larger premises is a major step forward in our growth strategy. The new space will allow us to meet the increasing demand for our ‘one stop shop’ approach, from start to finish in the printing process, which sets us apart from many of our competitors. We are delighted to be able to invite our customers to the new site and experience this exciting new chapter for our business.”

Twentysix01 Ltd employs six staff who been with the company since starting up, each specialising in a specific role ranging from account manager, designer, production and sales.

The deal was put in place by Barclays relationship manager, Charley Beaton, Bristol, who added: “It’s important for us to work closely with customers and provide financial solutions to support their business aspirations. The investment in the new premises will enable the company to build on their strengths and grow their market share across the UK. I’m pleased to be able to help a local firm with a strong management team in this way, which has to be good news for them and the local economy.”