Readability relocates to Royston

Readability relocates to Royston

Label and printing experts, Readability has relocated its offices to Royston on Monday 25 September.

The company team, who have extensive experience in label printing, are highly skilled at delivering beautifully printed labels and solutions to ensure compliance with relevant packaging regulations.

Readability is a key supplier to diverse industries, including food, chemical, pharmaceuticals, beauty and more. Readability’s current long term clients include Twinings Tea, Procter & Gamble, Comma Oil, Vampire Vape & Totally Wicked as well as many other well-known brands.

Readability, who serve both UK and International manufacturers, made the move from Haverhill, where it had been based for twenty-five years. The company has experienced huge growth in recent years and believe this is due to its first-class product and service quality. The new purpose-built offices in Royston will enable the team of six to better serve its customers.

The company, which began life addressing the needs of the growing number of supermarket suppliers needing to barcode for the first time, will also be celebrating their 25th Anniversary on 2 November.

Chris, Philippa, Sam, James, Marlene and Crystal look forward to growing the business in the town over the next few years and would welcome contact from local businesses looking for labelling advice, printed labels or to tell us what they can offer our company.

Managing Director, Chris Edney, said of the move;

“We have been looking to move the business to Royston for a number of years. When this property became available, we couldn’t let the opportunity pass us by. Given we will shortly be celebrating our 25th year in business, our move to Upper King Street couldn’t come at a better time”.

Readability can now be found in the centre of Royston at 47 Upper King Street.