We are not your average trade association
We are committed to developing excellence and growth in a sector that is a significant contributor to the British economy. We are uniquely placed to be not only the voice for the printing industry but also an active participant - catalysing and shaping the future of this ever changing industry with our members. We are passionate about upskilling the industry, making it our mission to educate, inspire and equip the future generation of print.
We help solve business problems and drive strategic change providing the highest standard of support so our members can grow and develop healthy, sustainable and profitable businesses. Our experts specialise in offering practical, value-adding solutions for all areas of a business, ranging from HS&E and quality issues to HR workforce planning. We provide resolutions of technical or legal issues as well as giving advice and support on research, training, marketing, sales and finance.
In addition we offer a wide range of opportunities for networking both regionally and nationally, including events, special interest groups and popular short courses on a wide range of topics.
As lockdown restrictions are lifted across the UK, Hallmark and leading paper manufacturer Fedrigoni UK unveil a series of large-scale greeting card installations that congratulate the nation for working in unity throughout the pandemic.
To tackle the pressing global issue of plastic pollution, the government remains committed to introducing the world leading Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) from April 2022.
The BPIF have started to build the content for the new standard and this will follow the same format as the print technician –
We wish to welcome you to Oulton Hall, to celebrate Yorkshire Day 2021.
BPIF Labels invites you to participate in a round table discussion to highlight the potential issues this legislation will bring specifically to the UK Label Industry.
Steve Walker, BPIF Commercial Manager, who runs the BPIF's CCL reduction scheme and sits on the board of the European print specific emissions calculator, ClimateCalc, will talk about the various options print companies have for measuring their carbon footprints or emissions.
Get up to speed with the BPIF's video news bulletin. Keeping you up to date with the latest news and views from the industry.