Quine & Cubbon Printers was first established as a partnership in 1933 in Port Erin by Douglas (Paddy) Quine and Alfie Cubbon, whose son Marshall became curator of the Manx Museum. The partnership continued there throughout the war years, run by Alfie, as Paddy was involved with the Navy.

In 1979 the present owner, Richard Broadbent, took over the company and moved to Port St. Mary, where they are still trading, and next year will celebrate 30 years in business, making Quine and Cubbon Ltd. the longest running Isle of Man printing company under the same management and ownership.

The company places high importance on service and friendliness, and as a small business, all of our customers get to speak to the people who are actually producing their job.

We are a small but dedicated team.

Since 1979, the company has changed from the traditional workshop with old-style letterpresses to a modern, streamlined enterprise equipped with the latest computerised systems and state-of-the-art printing technology.

Yet while Quine & Cubbon has kept pace with the huge changes within the industry, it retains its original philosophy of offering a friendly, knowledgeable, reliable service.

Our professional, dedicated staff take pride in the good working relationships they build and maintain with customers. Their goal is to ensure that every job, no matter how big or small, is a hassle-free experience from design through to delivery, with unbeatable turnaround times.

For more than quarter of a century Quine & Cubbon has been part of the Island community, proud to sponsor and support local charities, sport, and cultural events.

So for a very competitively priced, quality service, coupled with courtesy and friendliness, contact Quine & Cubbon!