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When an ex Rolls-Royce engineer was looking for a new challenge and wanted to acquire a business in the Stoke area, he purchased a print franchise back in 1981. By adopting philosophies from the aerospace industry, the small print franchise has taken-off with the assistance of a digital cutting table from AG/CAD.
Discount Displays says it is already feeling the cost benefits of its new HP Latex R2000 Plus, which was installed this summer to replace two older machines - and has praised its overall 'quality, flexibility and vibrancy'.
Since launching Xanita board to the UK market earlier this year, Antalis has received an overwhelmingly positive response from Visual Communications customers looking for a sustainable alternative for use in POS, exhibition, display and signage production.
In 1900, 18 years after the death of the Charles Darwin, printing company John E Wright and Co was established in Nottingham. Aligning these two events may seem incongruous, but nearly 120 years on, John E Wright has gone from strength to strength, by having a flexible and evolving business model in this ever changing world, adopting cutting edge technologies and continually investing in its staff and new equipment.