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Investment fuels growth at Kingsbury Press

A print company which serves luxury real estate clients and high-end brands has invested in a new Heidelberg press which it will allow it to expand into magazine printing.

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Kingsbury Press has installed a Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102-6 B1 press to expand into new markets

The Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102-6 B1 press offers Kingsbury Press high-end, long-run capabilities, allowing the firm to expand its high quality print and finishing offerings.

The new machine joins two Speedmaster XL 75 presses at Kingsbury Press’ new 5,575m sq factory in Doncaster.

Capable of speeds of up to 16,500 sheets per hour, the press is well suited to commercial, label and packaging printing and will enable Kingsbury Press to easily process all materials from lightweight paper to rigid cardboard.

We will be looking to enhance our offering to our client base, as well as building a new client base, on the back of all of this investment

Rob Layton, sales director at the firm, comments: “The CX 102-6 allows us to access new markets with our magazine work, adding new high-end, longer-run capabilities. Heidelberg throughout the years offers best-in-class equipment paired with a high level of service.

“Now, we will be moving into the new factory as we have outgrown our current facility and have no space for growth. We will be looking to enhance our offering to our client base, as well as building a new client base, on the back of all of this investment.”

Kingsbury Press’ client base includes luxury real estate projects and high-end brands such as Ferrari and Givenchy, where it completes traditional and specialist binding, presentation and box-making along with finishing and various invites and stationery.

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