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New Products and Latest News 2017-05-29T11:31:52+00:00

Ryedale Group Joins UK Gift Card and Voucher Association (UKGCVA)

Ryedale Group becomes UKGCVA Member

Ryedale Group have joined the UK Gift Card and Voucher Association (UKGCVA) as a Service Member.

Ryedale Group are one of the UK’s largest producers of mono core varnished plastic cards – a high quality, lower cost alternative to conventional laminated and PVC cards.

Ryedale Group work very closely with our partners supporting the Gift Card market offering M6, CR80 and an extensive range of bespoke shapes as well as complete card personalisation, card fulfilment and card packaging service including blister Posa packs.

On announcing that Ryedale Group have joined the UKGCVA, Group Creative Director, Philip Mabon added that ‘as a major UK printer and producer of plastic cards, Ryedale Group are pleased to become a member of such a key industry Association and are looking forward to working closely with our fellow members’.

RYETAG Wheelie Bin Tags and RYETAG Luggage Tags

New ECOCARD from Ryedale Group

Printed on recyclable 180 micron polypropylene, our non-tear RyeTags make the perfect Wheelie Bin Tags and Luggage Tags.

  • COST EFFECTIVE – up to 25% less than traditional Polyart equivalent
  • VERSATILE – non-tear 180 micron PP offers strength and flexibility
  • PERFORMANCE – Litho print finish
  • WEATHER PROOF – water resistant and printed UV with light fast inks
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New ECOCARD from Ryedale Group

We are delighted to introduce our new ECOCARD green plastic card solution. Using a substrate designed for plastic cards it offers a 100% recyclable, lower cost alternative to PVC. Produced with a low carbon footprint, this versatile material is available from 350 to 750 micron and delivers smooth edges and extra rigidity.

  • Substrate designed for plastic cards
  • 100% RECYCLABLE – and low carbon footprint
  • COST EFFECTIVE – lower cost alternative to PVC
  • VERSATILE – thickness from 350 to 750 micron
  • PERFORMANCE – smooth edges and extra rigidity
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Opaque Double-sided Window Stickers

New Opaque double sided window stickers from Ryedale Group

Printed UV litho, our new opaque double sided window stickers are a cost effective alternative to traditional screen printed white, silver, white versions.

  • Superb UV litho print quality
  • Light fast inks
  • 100% opaque
  • 240 mic polypropylene
  • Recyclable
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PAKaMAP by Ryedale Group

PakaMap from Ryedale Group

PAKaMAP can contain up to 72 printed pages that are designed to fold out from a handy pocket size. The most popular finished closed sizes are 85mm x 55mm and 108mm x 78mm.

  • Durable all-weather maps, guides and information packs
  • Polypropylene covers and multi-folded leaflet
  • Cost effective gluing lines fix leaflet to cover
  • Great for Brand impact
  • Handy, pocket size format
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BPIF welcome three new Board members

Ryedale Group are a member of the BPIF

The BPIF are delighted to announce that James Buffoni, Commercial Director, Ryedale Group, Jacky Sidebottom-Every, Director, Glossop Cartons,  and Ian Wilton Managing Director, Oxuniprint will be joining the BPIF Board of Directors. All have held positions on BPIF Regional Boards helping to represent member’s views in each region.

Over the past 12 years, James Buffoni has re-engineered the Ryedale Group from a manufacturing to a market driven business. As a result, its horticultural marketing and plant label manufacturing division, Hortipak, has become the UK market leader. Buffoni is passionate about people and the communications industry where he sees print playing a future key role in a wider integrated offering.

Charles Jarrold, BPIF CEO, comments ‘’It is fantastic that we have been able to attract high calibre individuals with such a range of backgrounds, reflecting the diversity of our membership, and we look forward to their input over the coming months as we develop the BPIF’’.