Gemini West is now working with high profile local charity, Bristol Zoo, after it won the contract, which also covers the Wild Place project and Bristol Zoological Society.

The print contract involves the production of maps, leaflets, guides, educational booklets, mailing and stationery.

Rob Page, director at Gemini West, said, ‘We are delighted to be working with a key Bristol charity. We adopted the butterfly as our corporate identity many years ago to highlight our unwavering commitment to preserving the environment, so this new contract is a great fit for us. The Zoo does so much more than display animals – it’s a conservation project that has helped save over 175 species from extinction.’

As one of Bristol’s leading print providers with a commitment to maintaining a local and sustainable business, the company has also recently provided its services free of charge as part of the new fundraising campaign for Bristol Zoo’s new Giraffe house.

The zoo is currently working on conservation and research projects across the world, from the Philippines to South Africa and back to our very own door step, the River Avon, and Gemini West said that it is keen to get involved with the zoo in many of these projects.

(article taken from Digital Printer website 18th June 2015 – click here for link)