About us

About Us

It all began 40 years ago, back in 1974. Our founder had enough money to buy a small label press, a telephone and rent some space in the corner of an old meat abattoir in London. This led to EuroLabel Printers being created. At the beginning, our founder did all the processes himself. He set up all the artwork, printed the product, QC checked it and delivered it.  This was the level of service that was instilled in the company right from the start.

Slowly but surely, the company grew continuously ensuring that we have invested back into newer and better technology and also our partners that work for us. The company grew with clients such as EMI music (producing labels for Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’), Fyffes Bananas (ordering in batches of 50 million labels), 20th Century Fox, Random House, Penguin, HarperCollins, McCann Erisckson and Japanese Tobacco International to name but a few. Now, with the 3rd generation to join the family business, we are trusted by over 100 councils & local authorities, many more blue-chip clients and, perhaps most importantly, hundreds of small businesses who turn to us as a ‘friend in the print-business’. With this trust over the years, we have been able to move with the times and progress our business into other fields.

PermiServ originally started as a project to facilitate the print of Garden Waste Permits and as a management system for a few pilot councils. Since our beginning, the project has grown into an approachable and thriving business. Our unique ability to construct bespoke data management systems, whilst providing an experienced print-production team specializing in outdoor waste management labels, allowed us to provide unmatched service at competitive prices.

Now we have over 50 councils already using our management portals and millions of permits dispatched to date, all built upon a knowledgeable and dedicated team, working to ensure that your systems run as efficiently as possible.

We are grateful to be able to move the business into this new product but we will always remain with label printing at our core.