Although mainly known for the annual Reading Festival, we would consider ourselves the rockstars of the printing world and for putting Reading on the map.
With Reading now on the tube line and just off the M4, our headquarters are easily accessible to all clients, whenever you might choose to visit.
We understand the importance of client relationships and under normal circumstances would invite you down for a tour to meet our fantastic team and see our machines in operation. When government restrictions have been lifted please get in touch to arrange a visit - we'll even put the kettle on.
Our main headquarters are located at Elgar Road, Reading; this is where your printing journey begins.
Our dedicated customer service team goes above and beyond for all our clients. Our in-house creative studio team has an abundance of knowledge allowing us to push designs further and bring complex concepts to life.
All our prints are scrupulously quality checked by VGL staff with a keen eye for attention to detail before being packaged with care to ensure that every item received is in immaculate condition.
Small by name, mighty by machinery. Small Mead houses some of the largest modern printing technologies in the business.
Staying current with the latest and greatest technologies allows us to create daring prints with exceptional finishes, that stand out from the crowd and always made to the highest quality standards.
VGL will always be committed to print innovation, and by investing in the latest and greatest technology and machinery we stay at the forefront of digital print technology. Our Small Mead site is a big deal.
Tessa Road is our factory dedicated to the beauty of traditional screen print. Screen is in our roots, and nothing beats it for depth of colour, creativity and enduring appeal.
These VGL specialists have years of experience and are highly skilled in their techniques and knowledge. Our Team at Tessa Road are able to achieve exceptional and unique results that others can’t.
Our history is screen print, it's in our DNA. What we don't know about screen print isn't worth knowing.