Made in SA

Passionate about printing

Even mass printing and communicating has become personal through recent printing technology developments.

01 September 2010

Generally speaking, printing has not quite yet graduated out of dingy buildings at the bottom end of city centres, but two women have taken the stance that this does not need to apply to their printing business. They are also determined to remove the perception that printing is a man’s world. This is why in 1991 the same two women took full ownership of Remata iNathi Printers.

Says director Annemarie Burger: “While we supply our products and services across South Africa and there is always the temptation to save on costs, we wanted to work in an environment that was clean, safe and highly accessible. That was the primary motivation behind our move to Midrand. Our clients want to visit our premises and feel comfortable. Midrand has vision and purpose and is ideally situated. This more than makes up for the higher costs of our location. However, we are not differentiated in terms of our building and being women. We believe we retain our existing clients and keep growing the business because of our ability to embrace future technologies and implement them to the direct benefit of our clients.”

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