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A PRINTER retailer which began life in Fareham 25 years ago is to come back to its roots to celebrate the milestone.

ProcessFlows was formed on April 7, 1987, known then as Electronic Printing Systems.

It began by selling high-end Hewlett Packard printers which could print 20 pages a minute – a dizzying speed for 1987.

In those days such printers would sell for £20,000, so were only available to big business.

While the company moved out of Fareham, it is still based in Hampshire.

Its office in Jewry Street, Winchester, is the hub for a business operation that now employs a total of over 100 staff based both in the UK and in a facility in Sofia, Bulgaria.

To celebrate the Silver Anniversary, ProcessFlows is holding a celebration and reunion event for all current and former members of staff on Friday, July 20, at Cams Hall Golf Club, Fareham.

Previous members of staff can find out more about attending by seeing