You know who we are in the foreground, but we thought you should see what goes on in the background.
Lately we’ve been trying to engage with (past, present and future) customers more on a personal level, allowing our customers to see the people behind the products, we’ve recently done a video of our custom binders which is on some of our other pages.
Now we want to show you our entire production facilities (minus the office, we are heard, not seen).
We hope this gives you an ... (read more)
We’ve welcomed in the New Year, now it’s time to get back to the daily grind.
We’d like to thank each and every customer we received last year, from those who only required a quantity of 1, to those in the 1000’s. To those who had no deadline at all, to those who needed it yesterday.
We had the pleasure of supplying some amazing companies and customers in 2019, and we hope this will continue into 2020.
Happy New Year from Screentec!
It's almost time for everyone here to finish for the year, we thought it would be great to get one more blog in to close 2019.
So, here's some interesting and downright weird facts.
1. When someone says Xmas instead of Christmas does it make you feel like it's a cheap word that takes the meaning out of Christmas? Think again, the X in Xmas doesn't take the Christ out of Christmas, X in the Greek alphabet is 'chi', which is Green for Christ or Christos.
2. If you don't ... (read more)
It's that time of year again, you could call it 'skint' season, 'where's my money' month, or for the scrooges, 'when is it over' winter. That's right, the Christmas season is here.
Get those Christmas decorations up, switch on those festive lights and put on Home Alone (1 or 2, we're not fussy, just not 3 or 4) with a mug of hot chocolate.
It's also that time of year where we get our Christmas labels back on eBay & ETSY, we were amazingly surprised last year when we literally c ... (read more)
Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Night, or as a big percentage of the UK knows it as the day to find animal friendly noise cancelling headphones. The reason for this is people all around the UK set off fireworks, start bonfires, and light a sparkler or two.
An old tradition was called 'Penny for the Guy' where children used to create a 'guy' which would represent Guy Fawkes, they’d wander around the town asking 'penny for the guy' before putting him on a bonfire, (nothing like a littl ... (read more)