About Chris Cook Print
Meet our team
Timeline of Chris Cook Print
Chris Leaves Kitwood Boys and joins small Boston printing business Inglelow Press owned by the Beecham brothers, based in Main Ridge West (unfortunately no longer there), but always has an ambition to be his own boss.
Brothers Chris and Glen enroll on a business course at Boston College and their dream to own their own printing business begins. Chris Cook Print opens its doors on 5 December 1993 at 96 Main Ridge East.
Chris Cook Print acquires R&S Printers based in Wide Bargate, Boston and also expands their premises with the purchase of premises 94-98 Main Ridge East. Finally moving everything into their Main Ridge premises.
Chris Cook Print acquires well known local printers LJ. Ruskin after owner Ron Ruskin's retirement.
Chris Cook Print move into premises at 74 Main Ridge East (formerly Gordon Smith's Auto Parts) - a much bigger and better modern office with space for their team of six staff.
Chris Cook Print celebrate 20 years in the industry.
Not a great start to our 25th year in business as a major fire rips through our premises in the early hours of Sunday 7th January! Firefighters were quickly on the scene, but unfortunately the printworks were so badly damaged that we had to move across the road into temporary premises for 12 months to keep the business going. Local businesses were great and many offers of help came in, especially from fellow printers whcih we really appreciated. Hopefully we will be moving back in to our refurbished premises this December.