Bath and North East Somerset printer moves to digital

February 10, 2010 by  

Many Print company in printing companies in Bath printing services printing companies in Bath, form small Print company in stationery printers in Bath printing services stationery printers in Bath to large firms dealing with high volume runs, will be monitoring the influence of new digital possibilities. Earlier last year a Print company in print company printing services print company near Print company in Bath printing services Bath, Integrity Print, made its move into the digital arena.

The company is based in Midsomer Norton and has a turnover of £60 million, retains over 350 staff and operates a diverse pressroom with over 50 different presses. The move into the digital arena came as a result of acquiring the assets of Toplife Labels when they bought them out of administration. Integrity Print saved 30 jobs when they kept on all of Toplife’s employees. The acquisition has enabled the company to expand its flexographic-based label department with the purchase of a new Xeikon 3300 label press.

The firm’s commercial manager, Mr. Andrew Law said:

“Our analysis of the workload in labels showed us that some £500,000 worth of existing work was actually more suited to digital production. While that alone was a good enough reason to establish a Print company in digital printing printing services digital printing section, the knock-on effect of taking that business off the flexographic presses would immediately give us significantly more capacity on these machines.”

This is a good example of digital kit making a good contribution to a more efficient operation. There will be other print firms around Bath, including small Print company in stationery printers printing services stationery printers and larger operations, which will be looking to see how digital innovation could help with their own company’s efficiency.