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1976 The company consisted of several operating divisions:
1988 Many of the old constituent companies were put into liquidation
2000 Bemrose sold its printing division to the management of the various units in order to concentrate on its new business area of promotional merchandise. The company was renamed 4Imprint. Sales included Bemrose Security Printing, Henry Booth Group, Barnard and Jackson, and Charles Letts Group.
2001 Bemrose Group acquired Bemrose Security and Promotional Printing Ltd and Henry Booth Ltd and changed its name (2002) to Bemrose Booth.
2010 Bemrose Booth employed 160 people in Derby, 125 in Hull and 34 in Thornaby on Tees. It was the largest supplier of car parking tickets in the UK and also produced rail and event tickets, phone cards, business diaries and calendars.
2010 Bemrose Booth was acquired by Pressure Seal Service Ltd; the Derby operation was then closed and work concentrated in Hull and Thornaby As part of the Paragon Group, name changed to Bemrose Booth Paragon. This brought ogether two of the largest and most experienced providers of ticket and RFID solutions in the world.
By 2021 Bemrose Booth Paragon, a specialist in magnetic tickets, was trading as Paragon ID