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Why it pays to straighten up and fly right

Should a printer define itself by the equipment it uses or by its customers? Marketing theory would suggest the latter, but with the high prices and long pay-back times of presses there’s a risk you may find you fall into the former by default if you don’t keep an eye on the markets you serve and invest accordingly.

Make finishing touches the first priority

It started with finishing. Commercial printer PCL Digital was looking to win customers by offering more services. Print was well balanced on supply and demand, so managing director Nick Westley-Smith took a post-press tilt. But this was to be no minor tinkering on the fringes of finishing.

Spend smart and enhance your portfolio

Oriel Printing Company had high hopes for its new print-enhancement service offering UV-based polymer varnishing and spot foiling. It was to be, according to the business, the first trade Scodix provider in the UK.

Pastures new yield improved prospects

While many firms located on the site of the Olympic Park resented their need to relocate to make way for facilities for the 2012 games, Park Communications seized it as an opportunity. The firms old factory at Lea Mill, next to the A12, was pushing its limits and didnt support the firms plans.

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