KNP Precision’s new eco-friendly head office officially opened by MP and Mayor

The extensive refurbishment and landmark extension to KNP was officially opened by new MP, Jo Churchill and Mayor, Patrick Chung on Friday, 22nd May 2015.
For their first social engagement since their election, the new MP and new Mayor travelled to the Lamdin Road HQ which KNP shares with Precision Marketing Group to officially open the new eco-friendly head office which includes over 400 solar panels and full LED lighting. The opening was attended by a number of senior figures from local businesses as well as representatives from the Suffolk Council, Suffolk Carbon Leaders & Carbon Smart.
Speaking at the event, Jo Churchill hailed the head office as offering ‘benchmark green initiatives within the printing industry.’ The new Mayor went on to say that ‘grant support from UK government and EU funds had already led to the creation of over 20 new jobs within the community.’
The new Bury St Edmunds’ building was part of a £2 million investment and took just under 1 year to complete. Dave Gibbons, MD and owner of KNP said ‘We are delighted to welcome the new MP and the new Mayor of Bury St Edmunds to officially open the building that we share with Precision MG and to also showcase and demonstrate the impressive facilities we have here in Lamdin Road. This is a real milestone and will dramatically reduce our carbon footprint as well as position us as the green leaders within our industry.’