Yorkshire’s Hague Print has chalked up 35 years in business.The Normanton-based company decided to mark the occasion by taking 38 employees to the ‘Emerald Isle’ of Ireland to mark the emerald anniversary.
Hague bosses say they pride themselves on a strong family ethos, building themselves around the people they work with and employ, and have plans to further develop so as to grow the business in a bid to increase employment opportunities throughout the UK, whilst also drawing trade into the UK from its overseas offices in Africa.
Director Nathan Wain said: “By common consensus we had such an enjoyable and action packed couple of days, with too many highlights to mention. The whole Hague family joined in and it really built on the success that we have achieved over the last couple of years.
“There is a great team spirit and comradery at Hague, and I’m sure we shall move on the bigger and better things in the near future. Everyone is already looking forward to going to Stoke on Trent to celebrate the 36th (China) anniversary next year!”
Earlier this year, the firm established presence in Africa with a Dar es Salaam office in Tanzania