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Andy Simpson – Q&A with PrintWeek

Andy Simpson – Q&A with PrintWeek

Posted: 12th April 2016

Our very own Andy Simpson recently appeared in Print Week’s regular Q&A section. Here is a transcript of the feature: George Clooney lookalike Andy first stepped into the world of print when he started work at Plastic Card Services 18 years ago. Married with two children, and recently a grandfather, he describes himself as “a […]

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Introducing The New Website From Plastic Card Services

Introducing The New Website From Plastic Card Services

Posted: 18th March 2016

As part of a complete brand overhaul, Plastic Card Services (PCS) are pleased to announce the launch of its brand new responsive website www.plastic-card-services.co.uk.  Featuring a striking new look and user-friendly navigation, the site will make it easier for current and prospective customers to access information on the products and services offered as well as […]

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Loyalty Schemes Through the Years

Loyalty Schemes Through the Years

Posted: 27th January 2016

For many the start of a new year offers the perfect chance to reflect at what has come and gone, as well as providing a great opportunity to plan ahead for the future. Plastic Card Services has taken a look back at how loyalty schemes have developed over the years (Click image for full size). […]

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Another New Appointment At Plastic Card Services

Another New Appointment At Plastic Card Services

Posted: 4th January 2016

Tytherington based Plastic Card Services (PCS) is continuing its growth strategy with the appointment of Shaune Morris as a Litho Printer. Having previously trained as an apprentice printer until the company he worked for was bought out and went into liquidation, Shaune went on to pursue a career through his hobby of exotic reptiles by […]

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Getting personal

Getting personal

Posted: 30th September 2015

With two major brands making the move into delivering a higher level of personalisation; Coca-Cola with its ‘share a coke’ and now Snickers changing its packaging to ‘Hunger Bars’ it appears that the personal touch is even more important than ever in a bid for brands to stand out from the crowd.

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New Appointment at PCS

New Appointment at PCS

Posted: 16th September 2015

Leading plastic card manufacturer, Plastic Card Services (PCS) has appointed Louise Ray as Marketing Communications Manager. With more than 14 years PR and marketing experience, Louise joins PCS in the newly created role, and will help elevate the PCS brand amongst both new and existing clients. Adam Unsworth of PCS commented “With year on year […]

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PCS Make the Shortlist For the PrintWeek 2015 Awards

PCS Make the Shortlist For the PrintWeek 2015 Awards

Posted: 16th September 2015

Leading plastic card manufacturer Plastic Card Services (PCS) are celebrating making it onto the PrintWeek 2015 Awards shortlist for ‘SME of the Year’ category, where the winner will be announced during a prestigious Gala Dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London on Monday 19 October. With over 600 entries being submitted, the PrintWeek 2015 Awards […]

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PCS Scoop Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Award

PCS Scoop Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Award

Posted: 28th May 2015

Leading plastic card manufacturer, Plastic Card Services (PCS), is celebrating after being crowned the winner of the Advanced Manufacturing/Technology category at the 2015 Insider Made in the North West Awards. Leading plastic card manufacturer, Plastic Card Services (PCS), is celebrating after being crowned the winner of the Advanced Manufacturing/Technology category at the 2015 Insider Made […]

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PCS Celebrates Record Growth With Trio Of New Starters

PCS Celebrates Record Growth With Trio Of New Starters

Posted: 27th May 2015

Plastic card manufacturer, Plastic Card Services (PCS), has made three new appointments in its business, administration and printing divisions following a 31 per cent increase in its year-to-date turnover. The recruits follow several new wins for the company, including Wyevale Garden Centre, Gourmet Society and Danish company, Matas, all of which total more than £4.5m […]

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Britain’s Biggest Spenders Prefer Traditional Approach to Loyalty

Britain’s Biggest Spenders Prefer Traditional Approach to Loyalty

Posted: 13th February 2015

Britain’s biggest spenders still prefer a traditional approach when it comes to loyalty, despite the increasing use of mobile commerce in retail. A survey of British consumers aged over 55 revealed that, despite 91 per cent claiming to own a mobile or smartphone, a huge 80 per cent said they would still prefer to have […]

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