A £125,000 investment by a South Yorkshire company is opening up new markets and fueling growth.
As the first stage of its planned growth in 2016, Barnsley-based Spin Print has taken delivery of a state-of-the-art Anapurna M2050i, a large format printer, which are still relatively rare in the UK.
The machine will allow the company to reduce turnaround times and outsourcing requirements and has the potential to boost turnover by £300,000 per year.
The Anapurna M2050 is a UV-curable inkjet machine, with both flatbed and roll capability, suitable for 2,050mm wide prints and with a top speed of 53m/hr. The printer comes as standard with colour profiles designed to support printing standards such as ISO 12467.
Ideal for printing point of sale collateral, window graphics, posters, banners and illuminated signage, the new addition to the Spin Print fleet can print on a variety of materials such as foamex, rigid plastics, correx, film, vinyl, wood, metals and paper making it extremely versatile.
Spin Print director, Dan Brook said: “We continually invest in the business to ensure that we can deliver the highest quality job, using the best available technology.
“We chose the Anapurna because its performance and quality complements our existing production capabilities and will allow us to competitively pitch for new contracts.”