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Me & my: Bobst 20SIX CS CI flexo press

Flexible’ was the key word for flexible packaging company Ultimate Packaging. Because the last thing operations director Jon McCarthy needed when he sought a new press was a specialist model, when his business is used to making loads of job changes across several existing presses. It had to be flexible.

Me & my: KAS Paper Systems Kasfold 640 bookletmaker

Multitasking is good, but doing two things at once has its drawbacks. Take Foremost Magnets. The company bills itself the UK’s only specialist manufacturer of promotional fridge magnets, but also runs a print service and it was the latter that was skewing the work balance.

Me & my: Massivit 1800

Andesign believes the benefits of investing in the Massivit 1800 large-format 3D printer are worth making an elephant-sized fuss about.

Me & my: HP Scitex 11000 flatbed

Over its 22 years in business, visual communications and printing company NEC Graph-fix has been fleet of foot in reacting to developments in the market for large-format print.

Me & my: Sakurai Maestro MS 80 SD

What Nitecrest needed was a more flexible friend in a printroom that produces 5 million credit, gift, loyalty and membership cards every day. The firm spends big on technology because it cannot afford not to, says group chairman Ronnie Hart.

Me & my: CMC 9000

At the end of last year the First 4 Group spent around £250,000 on a pair of new Italian-made envelope enclosing lines, a CMC 9000 and a smaller CMC 250, replacing a pair of older machines.

Me & my: Heidelberg Versafire CP

When A3 Design & Print installed its second Heidelberg Versafire CP digital press earlier this year, managing director Tony Pooles named them Victoria and Albert following a poll on social media.

Me & my: Morgana Laminator 450

It wasn’t the first time Newprint turned to Morgana Systems in a moment of need. The digital and litho printer in East Anglia is an established Morgana house and this time around managing director David Prior was taking delivery of three new machines to boost post-press capability.

Me & my: Mitsubishi EDiA EX electric folklift

Greens the Signmakers is a long-established digital printer and signmaker based in Kingston upon Hull. It was founded in 1963 by Reg Green, originally a traditional signwriter who hand-painted commercial liveries such as coaches.

Me & my: Esatec Digistar 2 1100

Frip Finishing’s origins stretch back almost half a century, to the founding of Impact Printing Company in Scotland in 1970, supplying cheque printers and MICR ribbons to the security sector.

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