Printing & Mailing
Why would you choose to work with Printing & Mailing?
Because you always come first.
My name is Mark Orr and I founded The Printing & Mailing Company in Milton Keynes on the 11th June 2001. I’ve been running it successfully for over for over 20 years because of customers like you.
My focus will always be to make sure you have a positive return on your investment in the effective use of print and direct mail. I’m so focused that I actually guarantee it. No other printing company in the UK offers that guarantee.
I also provide two other cast iron guarantees. I guarantee quality so you know your job will look and feel great. I guarantee value, which contains my guaranteed lower price promise so you know you’ll always pay the best price possible.
I source and supply from over 100 United Kingdom based trade printing factories. That means I can produce absolutely any job that you can think of and many that you can’t. No matter how small or large the run or the physical size, if it can be done I can supply it.
I will ask you loads of relevant questions so I can give you the best possible advice on the most efficient and cost effective way to produce your job. All that advice is completely free so just call me at any time on 07903 655 169 and ask.
I also support customers like you by promoting your organisation for free in my business networking activities, with my huge LinkedIn audience, online and will also be doing so on my own new website. After all, your success will also be my success. We’re in it together. It’s my way of saying thank you for your valued support.
Telephone number: 01908 27 27 28
Address: 21 Brook Farm Close, Stoke Hammond, Milton Keynes, MK17 9FN
Seven children in Milton Keynes arrested as part of operation against knife crime in one month
Last month, Thames Valley Police launched a youth pilot in a bid to divert children in Milton Keynes from knife crime.
Finalists announced for Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards 2023
The esteemed judging panel for Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards 2023 has announced the finalists for this year’s awards taking place on Thursday 23 March at Stadium MK.
£1 million to go towards supermarket vouchers for struggling Milton Keynes families
Milton Keynes City Council is allocating over £1m of government funding to provide supermarket vouchers for struggling families during the school holidays and days of industrial action taken by teachers.
Police launch youth pilot operation in bid to divert children in Milton Keynes from knife crime
Thames Valley Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) say they continue to see positive results from Operation Deter.
Plans to transform urban park in Central Milton Keynes
Work is underway to completely transform CMK’s only urban park into a wildlife haven which can be used by local residents and businesses.
Green light for 'green homes' in Milton Keynes
More than 300 homes in Netherfield are set to benefit from some of the highest quality energy efficiency upgrades available in the UK.
Police appeal for specific witness following exposure incident in Milton Keynes supermarket
Thames Valley Police is appealing for a specific witness to an exposure incident in Milton Keynes to come forward.
Milton Keynes MP rejects chance to join MKFM levelling up debate with Labour candidate
MKFM invited the MP for Milton Keynes South and the Labour Parliamentary Candidate in for a live debate following the news that the city was unsuccessful in its bid for university funding.
A World Divided comes to Milton Keynes Theatre this April
The epic storytelling of Les Mis meets the intensity of War of the Worlds with all the fun of Rocky Horror, as A World Divided comes to Milton Keynes Theatre from 17th April.
Viral lash brand brings 'TikTok famous' vending machine to Milton Keynes shopping centre
Midsummer Place has welcomed the TikTok famous lash vending machine brand Meggi Lashes this week.
Planning permission refused for new housing to be built on former Travis Perkins site in Milton Keynes
Planning permission for the demolition of a building supplies warehouse to make way for new housing in Bletchley has been refused.
Milton Keynes City Council on course to be carbon neutral by 2030
Energy efficient council homes, LED street lighting and generating renewable energy through a solar farm all form part of Milton Keynes City Council’s strategy to be a 'world leading sustainable city'.