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Paper Innovation Ltd are soon to complete the relocation of their manufacturing premises and sales offices

Paper Innovation Ltd are soon to complete the relocation of their manufacturing premises and sales offices, following the sale of their central Preston site for re-development.

Innovation House, home to the bespoke printing and manufacturing company for 20 years, is set to make way for student accommodation as part of the University of Central Lancashire’s expansion ‘Masterplan’. The move to a 20,000 square foot, purpose-built premises on the outskirts of the city marks the start of a new chapter for all involved.

Proceeds from the sale of the former site will be invested into new products and technology. The company plan to extend their range of paper products from Stick Up Notes and Wiro Notes and move towards premium items, such as clipboards, folders and executive writing sets.



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