Norwich Print Solutions invests in new machines to meet demand

Pippa and Mark Redmond of Norwich Print Solutions. 
Photo by Simon Finlay Pippa and Mark Redmond of Norwich Print Solutions. Photo by Simon Finlay

Thursday, June 26, 2014
9:25 AM

A Norfolk-based design and print firm has invested in new machinery to meet a growing demand for its short-run products.

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Norwich Print Solutions has invested £45,000 in a new Xerox Colour C75 printer to improve turnaround times and keep up with increased orders of general print products, including flyers, business cards, and compliments slips.

Mark Redmond, director of the EDP Future50 firm, said: “The purchase of this second machine was essential to continue to develop Norwich Print Solutions.

“It allows us to meet and exceed the ever demanding deadlines which we are presented with by our clients.

“In addition, the new machine offers superior quality printing, as well as more advanced printing options and colour programming.

“This will in turn enable us to further enhance the already outstanding quality on which we pride ourselves.”

In addition, the studio has also been installed with a £10,000 IT system and a new booklet maker to improve its brochure production.

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