Founded in 1992, Technocopy is one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of copiers, printers and multi-function printer technology headquartered in Darlington.
Yorkshire and the Humber
Retail and Wholesale
Technocopy, one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of copiers, printers and multi-function printer technology, has been acquired by Brad Piercewright, the owner of Anglotech Solutions. Its board of directors includes England rugby union captain and Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley and Stephen Etheridge of the Northampton Saints foundation.
Brad Piercewright has extensive experience in the sector as, after his retirement from professional football, he set up a successful copying and printing services business in Northampton with guidance from Brad Woods, who launched Technocopy in 1992.
Brad Piercewright, who played for QPR, Darlington and Northampton Town, also has an in-depth knowledge of the North Road business, which employs 14 people, due to his established business relationship with Mr Woods.
David Wilson said: “Brad Piercewright’s solid track record in the sector, allied with Brad Woods remaining as the firm’s chairman, puts Technocopy in pole position to achieve its ambitions for growth.
“It is professionally very satisfying to help facilitate the buy-in to a business of Technocopy’s calibre and reputation by such a go-ahead and passionate entrepreneur.”
I am grateful for the exemplary advice and support from Clive Owen LLP and ThinCats, which have helped make my acquisition of Technocopy possible.