On 9 December at Stationers’ Hall, Trevor Fenwick, the Master of the Stationers’ Company, announced that six companies had had their warrants renewed. The Stationers Company Warrant was introduced in 2014 to highlight its roots as a Livery Company in recognising and promoting excellent products and services.
The following companies had their warrants renewed:
Collins Debden for its leather- and wool-bound diaries
Manuscript Pen Company for its ML 1856 fountain pen
Office Power for its bespoke and easy-to-use technology enabling dealers to run their entire business from a single platform
Brown Fox for its range of fine stationery
Gopak for its Ultralight Staging
Victor Stationery for its Rhino notebooks
Liveryman Christine Geer, chairman of the Warrants Committee, said: “I am delighted to take over as Chair of this Committee and congratulate today’s warrant recipients.
“Although my own experience is within the Office Products Sector of the Stationers’ Company we will be looking to broaden the depth and breadth of Sectors that the Warrants programme represents. The submission programme for the 2021 Warrants will be launched during Q2 of 2020.”