Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies, appears alongside British Prime Minister Theresa May in the 2016 /17 Parliamentary Review and is showcased for “best practice”.
Established by former minister The RT Hon David Curry in 2010, the all-party Parliamentary Review’s September release is now a key fixture in the political calendar. Durst is featured over three pages of the 2016/17 Parliamentary Review where Theresa May provides the foreword. The main aim of the Review, which looks back on the year in industry and Westminister, is to showcase best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector.
Durst Group CEO Christoph Gamper and Durst UK Managing Director Peter Bray, together with other VIPs, were invited to a reception in the Houses of Parliament this week. “We are extremely proud to be part of this Parliamentary Review and to be able to share our best practice in a dynamic industry and economy where we continue to grow market share,” said Mr Bray. “Guests were extremely interested to learn more about our world-class technology offering and how diverse our offerings are to the market.”
Mr Gamper added: "At Durst, we pride ourselves on a partnership and collaborative approach with our customers. The UK is one of our largest markets and it has shown a near three-fold turnover growth in the last five years under the stewardship of Peter Bray, Managing Director of Durst in the UK and Ireland.”
In the Parliamentary Review Durst is described as an “extremely professional organisation in every aspect in” and having “best quality” printing. The review uses customer customer endorsements from RMC Digital Print of Hull and Essex-based Imaginators.
Across all policy areas, The Parliamentary Review is sent to over half a million leading policymakers. The articles in the Review act as both a blueprint for success and a template for reform.
The Prime Minister commented that ‘this year’s Parliamentary Review follows a significant year in British politics’ and this is reflected in the articles from leading journalists and best-practice representatives alike.
The PM’s former cabinet colleague, Sir Eric Pickles, who was recently appointed Chairman of the Review, said: “it has never been more important for government to hear the views of business and the public sector in a constructive forum. It is also a vital time to share best practice and progress.”
The Parliamentary Review’s director Daniel Yossman concurred, saying: “Durst and other hardworking organisations from across the country have come together to make this year’s Review possible. Sharing knowledge and insight with both peers and government is essential work and I am delighted that this year’s Review will reach every corner of the British economy.”
Durst appears on pages 30-33 of the The Parliamentary Review. An e-copy can be viewed here.