Priory Business Group PLC has grown from a business forms specialist, founded in 1989, into a broad based business services group offering Print Management, Office Supplies, Archive Management and Ecommerce supplies and fulfilment through an online division – Priory Direct.
With sales offices in Paddock Wood & Epping and a central storage facility located near to the M20, Priory Business Group PLC services clients throughout the UK and Europe.
Priory Print Management manages print in its broadest context; from the initial design stage, through to production, storage, fulfilment and distribution.
Knowing your requirements will be produced to the highest possible standards, on time and at competitive price levels ensures complete peace of mind and allows you to focus on core business / revenue generating activities.
Priory Storage has progressively built a reputation for providing a high quality archive and storage management service throughout London and the Home Counties.
We stand head and shoulders above our competitors with a personal, organised, tried and tested approach to your storage requirements. The retention of archives off-site in a conveniently located and dedicated secure storage facility provides huge cost savings to businesses and organisations.
Delivered promptly, efficiently and politely to your door and sometimes even to your desk.
Over 20,000 quality products stocked ready for immediate despatch. Good old fashioned service values combined with the online stock enquiries, ordering and tracking.
Thousands of e-tailers and multi channel retailers have made Priory Direct their supplier of choice. UK & Europe’s leading supplier of Integrated Label sheets, Bubble Lined Bags and associated mail-order packaging. Huge stocks available online 24/7 for immediate despatch.
Priory provides us with an extremely efficient service – tracking when we are running low of stock and warning us in good time.
IT Manager, Saywell International
We are loyal to Priory for a number of reasons including the PAMS system, the fact that they are rarely beaten on price - and Bob Pitman’s good humour.