Mainstream Direct invests in Xerox presses
By Melanie Defries Thursday, 26 July 2012
The trade mailing house aims to expand its range of services with a refurbished Xerox Nuvera press.
The mono printer, which cost approximately £50,000, was supplied by Xerox reseller Continua.
The Northampton-based, £3m turnover mailing house has also invested in a £100,000 refurbished Xerox 495 continuous feed printer from Continua, which is set to be installed in the autumn.
Managing director Richard Haines said: "The Nuvera went in last week and we’re very pleased with it, it’s a fantastic piece of kit.
"It’s a heavy duty production unit that can handle the high volumes we have been handling over the past 18 months and give us greater capacity.
"We decided to go with Continua because we liked their service package and the fact that they can get engineers out to us quickly if we have any problems."
Haines added that the new machines would enable the company to expand into new markets.
"The Xerox presses will enable us to work more efficiently and to open up in markets that we were missing out on.
"We will be able to enhance our polywrapping and enclosing services and offer the full package – we can finish and mail whatever our clients are interested in," he added.
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