Scotland business

Labelgraphics firm in Clydebank expansion

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Image caption Twenty jobs will be created in Clydebank as a result of the company's expansion

Twenty jobs are to be created in Clydebank following a £5m relocation and expansion of a local label printing firm.

Family business Labelgraphics specialises in the production of self-adhesive labels for the drinks industry.

Clients include Johnnie Walker, Chivas Regal, Ballantine's and Jacob's Creek.

The company received £3m funding from Scottish Enterprise and the Bank of Scotland.

The money is being used to buy a site in the Clydebank Business Park and develop facilities.

Peter Mulvenny, projects director of Labelgraphics, said: "This most recent plan for expansion has unlocked the potential for even further growth, and will boost our turnover to over £12m this year.

"We are now Scotland's largest independent label printer to the spirits and wine markets."

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