Independent printing business in Yorkshire completes £320k factory renovation
Family-run printing company NorthWolds has completed a £320k transformation of its factory with the installation of a printing press and fulfilment facilities.
The investment has been made following the company securing a new two-year contract with its biggest client, which it has been working with for more than 10 years.
The new machinery and mezzanine space will enable NorthWolds to meet its client’s growing print, inventory management, fulfilment and delivery requirements.
The new Komori Lithrone L529 printing press, which has replaced the previous L526 model, is supposedly more efficient and holds specialist coating and drying facilities.
The new mezzanine level has created an additional 200 sq m of space in the factory, which will be used as a fulfilment area to store, pack and label daily online print material orders.
Gurdev Singh, owner of NorthWolds, said: “This is a major project for us which has been done entirely at our cost to ensure that we can grow alongside one of our largest clients and continue to offer an excellent service to all those whose print needs we fulfil.
“In the digital age, we believe that high quality, sustainable print materials have more impact than ever, and our clients value the fact that we go the extra mile to ensure that the finished product is the best it can be, from initial consultation to delivery.”
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