JCDecaux’s GSP Print celebrates golden anniversary

“We’ve been incredibly lucky to work with GSP Print for many years”

GSP Print the company behind many of Australia’s most famous billboards is set to celebrate 50 years in business. 

GSP Print is the company responsible for printing ads for leading Out-Of-Home advertising company JCDecaux, and will mark 50 years of operation in 2020.

The printing plant, based in Sydney’s Preston which originally opened in Adelaide in the 1960s prints nearly 6,000 billboard ads annually, along with around 200,000 signs for street furniture and transit advertising.

Its 40-strong team is also committed to the printing business, with many clocking up over a decade of service to the company.

JCDecaux Head of Production, Transit and Sustainability, Jose Sanz, said: “As technology has changed, so have we – we’ve moved from paper to screen printing to digital, and everything has become much faster and more efficient.”

“As a business, we’re always looking to the future and our focus is sustainability – we’re investigating new materials and printing processes, as well as projects like solar power; we want to find ways to make our plant more environmentally friendly, in line with JCDecaux’s commitment to sustainable practices globally.” 

JCDecaux Australia and New Zealand CEO, Steve O’Connor, said: “We’ve been incredibly lucky to work with GSP Print for many years and their longevity is a direct result of their service.”

“The quality of GSP’s work and ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment has made them leaders in the printing industry and we’re excited to see them continue to grow.”

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