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PRECISION PROCO GROUP CONTINUES ITS INVESTMENT WITH INSTALLATION OF HP INDIGO 100K…
Precision Proco Group, has continued with its commitment to further investment, with the purchase of a new machine which will increase capacity and give faster turnaround.
The company has taken delivery of a HP Indigo 100K at its Dagenham site, the first step in the upgrading of all of its fleet which is planned for the coming year.
Following a two week installation process, the new press is already being put to work on producing four colour commercial work, leaving the second B2 Indigo – which was at the time it was purchased the first in the UK – to be used for more specialist jobs.
The new machine will give the company the additional capacity it needs to deal with its anticipated growth in 2022 as well as delivering 50 per cent more productivity, particularly on projects that are needed with a quick turnround such as overnight or on the same day.
The model has a less complex design than previous generations of the B2, offering better uptime thanks to a redesigned feeder and delivery which give improved reliability.
Gary Peeling, CEO of Precision Proco Group, said its installation had been seamless, with operators being able to get to grips with the machine immediately.
“This latest investment allows us not only to increase our print capacity considerably but also to offer superior turnaround times to clients,” he said.
“It should deliver 50 per cent more productivity in terms of sheets on the floor and will also be a huge asset for jobs that require a very quick response.
“This is part of our continued programme of investment as the company continues to grow and make further acquisitions.”Back to news and opinions