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Council printing service undercuts businesses

AS ARGYLL and Bute council set its budget yesterday details emerged of how it undercuts local printing businesses.

The council’s printroom service can produce 100 business cards for £7.50, according to a quote obtained by the Courier.

The same product bought online, from national supplier MOO, would cost £26.38 and it is a similar price, within a few pence, to the Wyvex Media-owned Krisp Print in Campbeltown. Last week, George Graham, Wyvex group finance director, told The Oban Times, which it owns, along with the Campbeltown Courier: ‘It is absolutely deplorable that the council has entered into commercial competition against its own ratepayers.

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