A £50,000 investment in a new facility in Birchwood Park was launched on Tuesday.

Chairman of Birchwood Town Council Cllr David Ellis was on hand to reveal the new look at Hobs Warrington.

The team was showcasing the latest in 3D print technology at its new base having moved from its previous home at Winwick Quay.

Bosses wanted to be closer to many of its core customers based at Birchwood Park which has the added benefits of dedicated meeting areas and conference facilities.

Hobs does business across Cheshire and Lancashire and its services include high-end printing, bespoke finishing, bid and tender submissions, graphic design, copying and scanning of documents, posters and exhibition graphics.

Hobs’ largest market sector is architecture, engineering and construction, although it covers a large spectrum of other industries, including the nuclear cluster in Birchwood.

Manager Andrew Dawson, said, ‘We’re very excited about the new location.

“Our Warrington team has many years of experience coupled with some new talented staff, and we are looking forward to offering our high level of service to both existing and new customers in Birchwood.”

Cllr Ellis was given a tour of the new facilities during the event.