This week Propack is set to welcome two Riso ComColor GD9630 cutsheet inkjet printers with the aim of migrating 400,000 packs of monthly mono overprint work to full-colour. The two new machines will take on work previously run by Propack's mono wing, picking up work from our existing fleet of five Konica Minolta mono printers.
The two machines will initially support the production of transaction statement projects that are run onsite daily, with further possibilities to be explored in the near future.
Propack has been reviewing all areas of the business with a view to significant growth over the next two years and as always the needs of our customers are driving this ongoing investment.
Managing Director, Jason Clough, reflects "Our development is built on strong working partnerships with our customers and their needs.”
“There is very little else available in this market for the applications we are looking at. These will be used for transactional work that we have,” said Jason, “We have found Riso to be very helpful during the scoping project and are looking forward to a long-lasting relationship with them.
“We met Riso at Drupa and have met several times since to explore the options, discuss what our clients are asking for and how they can help us meet those requests. This investment was made on the back of feedback from our customers asking for help in this marketplace.
Riso’s ComColor GD9630 Line-type inkjet system runs CMYK plus grey at resolutions of up to 600dpi and speeds up to 160ppm simplex and 80ppm duplex. The machines' security features were also a major feature in Propack's decision making.
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