Northampton-based digital print firm, Twenty10, work with high end clients such as Royal Ascot, The National Gallery and Mercedes Benz.
Owner, Paul Riley, launched the business in 2010 and was recommended to Portman Asset Finance: “Portman are local to us in Northampton and we were recommended to them by the equipment supplier. From the first call, they were very friendly and very helpful- our Account Manager guided us along the way for our first finance agreement and we’ve never had a problem since. We used them again for the new press six years down the line.”
“We had to install the new press as the HP Indigo we initially purchased became obsolete and the service contract expired. We wanted to use Portman again to purchase the equipment, as being able to spead the cost of the printer over three years meant that we could avoid the large initial outlay”.
If you would like to speak with one of our Account Managers, call us today on 01604 761 276.
Our Account Manager guided us along the way for our first finance agreement and we’ve never had a problem since. We used them again for the new press six years down the line.
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