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Cromer business nominated for prestigious industry award after getting fruity

PUBLISHED: 09:56 30 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:20 30 May 2017

Structure-flex has been nominated for its work on a range of lorry curtains for staircase manufacturer, Pears Stairs. Picture: STRUCTURE-FLEX.

Structure-flex has been nominated for its work on a range of lorry curtains for staircase manufacturer, Pears Stairs. Picture: STRUCTURE-FLEX.

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A family-owned company in north Norfolk has been nominated for a prestigious industry award following some fruitful design work.

Structure-flex, in Cromer, has been nominated in the Wide Format And Super Wide Format category of the Digital Print, Design & Marketing Awards 2017.

The annual awards, run by Whitmar Publications, honour the work that print companies do while acknowledging quality and creativity in the sector.

Managing director, Paul Reeve, said: “Nomination for such a prestigious award is a tremendous accolade and being judged against the best in the industry is fantastic recognition.

“It is wonderful that our innovation is being rewarded in this way.”

Structure-flex has been nominated for its work on a range of lorry curtains for staircase manufacturer, Pears Stairs. The company used individual surrealist designs with a massive pear-shaped twist within famous paintings.

Structure-flex is not new to award nominations and was shortlisted in the Digital Printer Awards in 2015 and won a Queen’s Award for International Enterprise in 2014 for increasing its export sales by more than 250pc over the previous three years.

The company will battle is out against four other companies and will find out if they have won the award during an event aboard the Silver Sturgeon, on the River Thames, London, on June 29.

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