Investment in a new Durst P10 250 HS to ramp up capacity and further improve quality is at the heart of a £1m expansion programme for RMC Digital Print in Hull.
The £2.5m turnover company, formed in 2010, is a trade printer with 70% of its work for sign companies and the rest for exhibition businesses. It is now expanding its production workspace and buying an additional cutting system as part of its latest spend, which includes the new six-colour new Durst (with white option) that began full production at the end of February. It is now being used for every flatbed test sample sent out customers.
Operations director Nicole Spencer said: “We needed to upgrade our flatbed systems because of a need to increase our capacity by at least a third, plus the fact that the reality today is that there is a very tight turnaround requirement for trade clients. We’ve been operating around the clock because the orders continue to grow.”