The new Stationers’ Warrants for 2019 were announced at the Livery Lunch on 8 October 2018. The Master visited each warrant holder at an exhibition which was set out in the Stock Room and presented the certificates. The warrants were awarded as follows:-
Brown Fox, represented by Lewis Stevenson, were awarded a warrant for their fine stationery range.
Collins Debden, represented by Scott Darroch and Shahrazz Hayat, were awarded a warrant for their wool / leather bound diary.
Durable, represented by Suzanne Tiernan, were awarded a warrant for their RFID credit card wallet.
Manuscript Pen Company, represented by Charlie Stockbridge, were awarded a warrant for their ML1856 fountain pen.
The companies that have extended the warrant from previous years where the Judging panel saw further innovation and development of the products are as follows:
EO Group, represented by Paul McManamon and Alina Fisher, extended their warrant for the Office Power Dealer network programme
Gopak, represented by Tony Riley and Tony Ash retained their warrant for Ultralight Staging
Victor Stationery, represented by Nick Gosling extended their warrant for the Rhino Notebook.
Office Club, represented by Alan Calder, retained their warrant for Cool Earth Paper.
The judging for the 2020 Stationers warrant will commence in March 2019, with Sammy Bartley as Chairman.