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Brochures are one of the most essential pieces of promotional material that your business will produce. It is important that the quality of your brochure reflects how good your business is.

We have extensive experience in producing sales & marketing and product brochures. Using high-quality full-colour print and modern binding methods, we can produce your brochure in the best format for you.

We would love to show you some of the excellent brochures we have produced so if you would like us to send you some samples or if you would like us to call or visit and discuss your brochure project in more detail please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Types of Paper

We are able to print on most paper types and offer a wide choice of materials for your brochures, including uncoated, silk or gloss papers, as well as luxury papers such as Gesso, Laid, Mohawk Felt, Sirio Pearl and Splendorgel.
Cover materials can include much heavier materials up to 450gsm (depending on printing method).


If you are looking to make your brochure stand out even further we offer a range of finishes which can be applied including matt or gloss lamination, gold or silver foiling and we can now also offer sensory high build spot varnishing to specific images or text.


A wide range of binding options are available such as wiro-binding, comb-binding, saddle-stitching (stapled spine) and perfect binding (square glued spine). Our perfect bound brochures and books use the latest PUR binding technology, which uses a PUR adhesive ensuring that the bind is extremely strong and will not fall apart even under very heavy usage and also ensures the brochures can lie flat without breaking the spine.

Printing Methods

In additional to traditional lithographic (litho)printing we can offer digitally printed brochures which means that you can now have the same high quality printed brochures even for runs as small as just a handful of brochures. This is particularly useful if you have a frequently changing product range or want to trial certain pages in a brochure as it is now cost effective to produce your brochures as and when you need them, rather than ordering high quantities and having to store them (and running the risk of them being out of date before you can use them all).

For higher quantity print runs and printing on certain substrates and paper weights litho printing will still be the most appropriate print method.

At Chelmer Print we are able to give you the best advise on all of these different possible variations to ensure that you get a brochure tailored exactly to your own unique requirements. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any advice or more information, or if you would like us to send you some samples of our previous work.

Our in-house design studio is also here to help with your brochure project. Whether it is making a few tweaks to an existing brochure design or creating a whole new brochure from scratch we can offer full graphic design support.

Types of Papers.

There are many types of paper available for printing, each with its own characteristics and recommended uses. Here are some of the most common types of paper for printing:

1: Bond paper: A durable paper commonly used for printing documents, such as letterheads, forms, and contracts.

2: Glossy paper: A coated paper that produces a shiny, reflective finish. It is often used for printing high-quality photographs and marketing materials.

3: Matte paper: A non-glossy paper that is popular for printing brochures, flyers, and other marketing materials.

4: Cardstock: A thick, sturdy paper that is used for printing business cards, invitations, and other heavy-duty applications.

5: Textured paper: A specialty paper that has a unique texture or pattern, such as linen or parchment. It is often used for printing invitations, announcements, and other high-end materials.

6: Recycled paper: A paper made from post-consumer waste that is often used for printing environmentally friendly materials.

7: Newsprint: A low-cost, thin paper that is commonly used for printing newspapers, flyers, and other mass-produced materials.

8: Copy paper: A basic, uncoated paper that is commonly used for everyday printing, such as memos, faxes, and drafts.

9: Translucent paper: A thin, semi-transparent paper that is used for printing overlays, maps, and other applications where a see-through effect is desired.

10: Specialty paper: A wide range of specialty papers are available for printing, including metallic paper, synthetic paper, and many others. These papers are often used for printing high-end marketing materials, such as brochures and invitations.


Unit 25 Waterhouse Business Centre, Cromar Way, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 2BE

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