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High quality catalogue printing for large or small businesses

Catalogues are an important tool in showcasing your product range, and our team can offer expert advice to ensure the finished catalogue does justice to your brand. Whether you’re looking for simple saddle-stitched catalogues, bespoke spiral-bound books, or a large perfect bound catalogue, we will guide you through the printing process, so you end up with exactly what you require.

We have the flexibility to print large or small quantities, with fast turnaround and delivery throughout the UK.

Can we help you create a catalogue to be proud of? Contact us for a quote

Catalogue with tabs
Tabbed and embossed catalogue

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The Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Saddle stitched catalogue

We are experts in producing high-quality, affordable catalogues

Named for the way the pages and covers line up perfectly, this style of binding uses glue to fix the catalogue together at the spine.

See our guide to using cover flaps for your catalogue

Known as saddle stitch, this is a fast, simple way of binding catalogues, with a pair or short row of staples down the centre fold.

See our guide to choosing the right binding for your publication

Holes are drilled along the edges of the pages, so a metal or plastic spiral can hold them together. We offer spiral bound, wire-o bound, and plastic comb bound options.

See our guide to durable cover finishes

Staddle stitched catalogue

Catalogue printing services

We can offer:

  • A wide choice of cover weights and materials
  • A variety of FSC approved paper
  • Litho or digital printing
  • Saddle stitch, perfect binding or wire-o bound catalogues
  • Durable, biodegradable gloss or matt finishes
  • Protective antimicrobial coatings and laminates
  • Large and short print runs (minimum order is 25)

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