TALL Security Print Ltd History
From the site in Runcorn, Cheshire, the team utilised their specialist skills and industry knowledge to build a strong customer base and relationships within the banking and financial sector.
Since 1991 TALL Security Print has developed a reputation for high quality and superior service, helping to secure contracts with the Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Santander and HSBC, amongst others.
Substantial growth, due to a combination of increased sales and business acquisitions, saw the workforce reach over one hundred committed staff. The company’s secure production facility doubled in size extending into an additional unit in 2001.
In 2007 TALL Security Print started to develop international relationships and successfully began exporting its products. Millions of documents each year have since been shipped from TALL’s Runcorn site to countries throughout the world. The company has subsequently played host to numerous overseas visitors from electoral commissions, universities, central banks and businesses.
From 2012, TALL Security Print has supplied high quality trade or commercial print solutions to customers of the TALL Group and businesses throughout the UK.
TALL Security Print was one of only seven key suppliers to receive a highly prestigious Logistics Management Supplier Award from Santander, which recognised the high levels of service, quality and performance delivered by the company. TALL retained the award in 2014, moving up the league table of top Santander suppliers.
In 2017, TALL Security Print was ‘Highly Commended’ by the judges for the High Sheriff of Cheshire Business Awards Export Achievement category. A short introductory film was created by Chester University to profile the Runcorn business at the Awards Dinner.
High Sheriff of Cheshire Business Awards 2017 ‘Highly Commended’ for Export Achievement
TALL Security Print is a founder member of the Cheshire Commonwealth Association (CCA). The CCA was established under the guidance of the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire, David Briggs, to encourage awareness of the Commonwealth throughout Cheshire. It aims to ensure that the many benefits of business and educational collaborations with the Commonwealth are both nurtured and maximised across the County.