Clinical Print Finishers has recruited three new members of production staff to boost its capabilities in miniature print finishing.
The three experienced new arrivals joined during March and April and will help increase the Leicester-based operation’s capacity for cutting and folding.
Clinical said it had decided to take on more staff to reinforcee its position in the market. The company now has a headcount of 35 and more than 60 machines onsite.
Operations director Alan Pickles said: “We are predominately known for being miniature and pharmaceutical folding experts, and while this is a significant part of our business, it is often overlooked that we have a raft of specialist and bespoke equipment.
“For a very long time, we have probably had the most miniature folding machines of any trade finisher in Europe. Now with a significant growth in the amount of Z-fold card and miniature stitching work coupled with an increase in commercial miniature folding work, we had a need to recruit staff to further support these areas.
“With the recruitment of three new members of staff, we felt it was good opportunity to remind our customers of our full range of services, and we are very fortunate that all three new staff have previous experience of miniature print finishing.”
Pickles was keen to stress that among its arsenal, Clinical runs machinery that produces Z-fold cards and pocket media, miniature stitched, drilled and die-cut booklets, glued ticket wallets, spine-glued booklets, ram punched cards, pick and place products.
It also boasts the capability to make its own parts and batch counters due to the firm’s in-house engineering facility.
Clinical has also been focused on its green footprint in recent years, with the past two years seeing an investment of £150,000 on the installation of solar panels and LED lighting to reduce the company’s environmental impact.
Its Leicester base covers 2,320sqm.