Print Companies in Springvale
Springvale, at around 20 km north west of the Melbourne CBD, is a mainly residential suburb. It is large, both in area and population. There is some industrial activity to the north west and north east, and a major feature of the suburb is the Springvale Crematorium and Necropolis.
Springvale comes under the auspices of the City of Greater Dandenong, whose Economic Development Unit supports over 8000 businesses in the industrial, retail and commercial areas around Springvale and Dandenong. Networking is a feature of the Council’s relationship with local business, as witnessed by the Business Networking Unit, SEBN, among whose services are activities to support women in business.
Dominant occupations among residents of Springvale include production, trades, transport, manufacturing and labouring. Ethnic Vietnamese make up the largest group outside of native Australians, and there are other significant ethnic groupings as well. The area boasts that the resultant mix of working class and multicultural families is harmonious and vibrant. Weekend markets are consequently a colourful and lively affair.
The future looks bright for Springvale, and developments to come will benefit print companies.
The Sandown racecourse is found in Springvale, and the attached Sandown International Motor Raceway attracts ‘rev-head’ visitors from around Melbourne, interstate and the world to a number of major car races every year. In the meantime, Springvale is looking forward to the estsblishment locally of Australia’s largest homemaker centre, IKEA, as well as an enormous shopping centre planned for the centre of the suburb, which will include apartments as well as new shops and car parks.
The local need for business cards and stationery looks set to burgeon, and print shops hold themselves prepared for a thriving business in flyers, brochures and catalogues.
Several major highways cross Springvale, but there are also two railway stations and bus routes.