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PRINT PRECISION: Peter Holywell (left) and operations manager Graeme Blackbeard have used training and technology to grow Supa Stik in a mature market. Photo: Grant Currall

Supa Stik has digital development covered

THE labels that identify some of Western Australia’s best-known products and brands roll off the printing press at Balcatta’s Supa Stik, a third-generation family business started in the 1960s.

Supa Stik founder Bill Holywell was among the first to bring sticky labels to Australia after he went on a research trip to the US and discovered the technology.

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