Rotherham printer Instantprint is to create 100 jobs over the next year after receiving a £7m investment.

The company will move to 100,000 sq ft premises five miles from its current site, doubling its printing capacity.

Inside Instantprint's new premises

Inside Instantprint’s new premises

The move has been supported by grant funding from the LEP’s “Unlocking Business Investment” Regional Growth Fund programme.

The funds have also enabled instantprint to purchase state of the art printing equipment including a brand new Heidelberg B1 Press.

Owner James Kinsella said: “Our new facilities will give us the ability to continue the strong growth we have been achieving. Having been based in Rotherham, we are happy to continue our expansion in the local area.”

The job opportunities will span multiple departments including sales, production, marketing and website development, taking the staff headcount to over 200 by September.

Part of the Bluetree Group, Instantprint merged with Bluetree Design and Print in 2012 and the group has seen turnover grow from £3.5m to £14m in the last financial year.