Leicester-based QQD Design and Print (QQD) recently purchased a Mimaki JV300-160 solvent printer from i-Sub Digital. The new 1.6m-wide machine was installed earlier this month and has since helped QQD to speed up the production of a wide range of display graphics.
London creative production house Screaming Colour is targeting business growth after becoming the latest company to choose an MIS system from Tharstern, the worldwide specialist in MIS for print, packaging and labelling industries.
From the success of Stand Innovations Ltd, a 10 year old exhibition stand building company; a new print and design business has now blossomed. The thriving growth of the Sharnford based exhibition specialist, prompted the company directors to start up StandOut Graphics, an innovative Large Format Printing Company specialising in providing bespoke visual advertising solutions to virtually any brief.
Practical Minds, the Nottingham-based specialist in project management, retail design, manufacture, print and installation, has this year invested in a Versa Tech cutter from UK manufacturer Blackman & White to add value to their offer for clients throughout the UK and EMEA.
Nene Packaging is a family run business and like most, the company owes its success to hard work and producing quality products with attention to detail. Keeping up with the latest technological developments in their print and finishing plant has also been key to its continued growth.
Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen, based in Scheeßel, Germany, has invested in a Kongsberg XN22 cutting system from Esko in order to be more responsive to customer requirements for fast turn display prototypes and small series production. The machine replaces a 15-year-old cutting system from another manufacturer that had passed its technical peak.
In December 2015 Stanford Marsh installed the UK’s first HP PageWide XL5000 printer at Liverpool-based Go Cre8, a multidisciplinary design and print company.
Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing, has announced that its long-term customer Blur of Barcelos, Portugal, has purchased an Allegro single-step digital textile printing solution. Already highly successful with its Kornit Avalanche direct-to-garment systems, this enterprising company is now moving into the market for the full digital production of fast fashion products with the addition of full roll-to-roll printing capabilities.