Greenhouse Graphics chooses Fuji's Pro-T plates for eco credentials

Tim Sheahan
Thursday, December 6, 2007

Greenhouse Graphics has chosen Fujifilm's Brillia HD Pro-T processless plates for its Screen PlateRite 4300E as part of an overarching drive to green up.

Ian Crossley, managing and technical director of the Basingstoke-based print firm, told "We're always looking for ways to improve our environmental performance and efficiency."

Crossley said 90% of the company's enquiries "stem from our reputation".

The 14-year-old printer expects to secure the ISO 14001 standard and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification when it is audited in January next year.

Crossley said that while he was confident the business would get the nod, "nothing is certain until pen is put to paper".

The firm, which has doubled turnover to £640,000 over the past two years, counts the Green Party, St John Ambulance and the Grasslands Trust among its clients.

Its pressroom includes a five-colour Heidelberg SM 52, a single-colour Ryobi press and a Horizon 30 stitching line.

The Pro-T non-ablative plates are compatible with most thermal platesetters and support run lengths of up to 100,000 impressions.


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