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About BML Printers

BML Printers HQThe History

BML Printers started in 1994 as a sister company to The Colour House and Test Valley Scanning, it quickly established itself as the main company and in 1995 we merged the other two companies. Starting with a two-colour Heidelberg GTO we were printing a full range of business stationery and brochures.

In 1997 we installed a SRA2 two-colour press specifically for printing larger format work, specifically folders and books, which did sterling service for many years, during this period we were one of the first installations of the Xerox DC12 which led us to expand into digital printing.

Today we are a very technology-based company with a high-tech workflow system which can take files from many sources and turn them into print-ready pdf’s with the system automatically trapping and correct RGB colours into CMYK where applicable. These files are then delivered straight to our Dainippon Screen B2 plate setter or our Screen Truepress for printing.

As well as the traditional printing methods, we also have a new Konica Minolta 65HC digital press which can print much more vibrant colours than the usual digital press, which allows us to emulate lithographic printing much more closely, which ultimately means more flexible for you, the customer.

Our aim is to meet and exceed all of your requirements by understanding your print requirements. We offer:

  • Free consultation
  • Competitive estimates
  • Pro-active in providing cost effective solutions
  • Create quality designs
  • Work within your brief and timeframe
  • Maintain a 'can do' philosophy throughout
  • Collection and delivery to all parts of the UK

The Test Valley
Where we are

BML Printers Ltd is conveniently situated in Romsey which is a small market town in the County of Hampshire, England. It is 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Southampton and 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Winchester, neighbouring the village of North Baddesley.

Romsey lies on the River Test, which is famous for fly fishing, predominantly trout. It is one of the principal towns in the Test Valley Borough. A large Norman abbey dominates the centre of the town.