WHO Printing has been awarded two gold, three silver and two bronze medals at the 2018 NSW Printing Industry Craftsmanship Awards.
The awards were received across a number of categories, including Booklets, Catalogues and Magazines, Annual Reports and Multi Piece Productions and Campaigns.
The medals were accepted by WHO Printing’s Managing Director, Daniel Ogle, and CEO, Melanie Ogle at the awards night held at Lachlan’s Old Government House in Parramatta on Tuesday 22 May.
The Printing Industry Craftsmanship Awards celebrate the uniqueness that each state has to offer within the printing industry. Achieving a medal at the awards reflects that the entrant is at the top echelon of performance within the state.
The awards capped off a busy 12 months for Daniel and Melanie Ogle who only recently took over the reins of the family-owned business. Established in 1985, WHO Printing has provided offset, digital and trade printing services to the Hunter and beyond for over 30 years.
Daniel said the team was honoured to have received the awards.
“Our team of industry professionals do an amazing job to provide quality products for all of our loyal customers and we were honoured to receive such fabulous recognition for the work that we do,” Daniel said.
“We were particularly thrilled to have won across such a broad range of categories, as it is really important to us to offer a range of services to all of our clients, large and small.”
Gold medalists from the state awards progress to the 2018 National Print Awards to be held in Sydney on 29 June for judging on the national stage. Previously WHO Printing has been a recipient of a gold medal at the 2016 National Awards and both a gold and bronze medal at the 2017 National Awards.
IMAGE | Melanie and Daniel Ogle of WHO Printing.