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Healeys makes the cut with Polar

Ipswich-based Healeys Print has invested in two new Polar guillotines as part of an effort to build on record sales and pursue further growth.

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Healeys will install its two new Polar machines in March

The Polar N115 Plus and a Polar N92 Plus will both be installed at the company’s site in March, following the purchase of a smaller Polar D66 Plus last year.

In 2018, Healeys enjoyed record sales of £4.1m, up 15% on the previous year. The company is now looking to push this total up to £5m and investment in new kit forms part of this drive.

Philip Dodd, managing director of Healeys, says: “People don’t get very excited about buying guillotines but our guillotines are used twice as much as any other binding kit so we want guillotines that we can rely on and I don’t have to worry about. Our staff are real Polar fans.”

People don’t get very excited about buying guillotines but our guillotines are used twice as much as any other binding kit so we want guillotines that we can rely on and I don’t have to worry about

Healeys supplies litho, digital and wid-format jobs to a range of customers UK wide, with marketing and advertising agencies accounting for around a third of total sales.

It also works in other sectors include art galleries, charities and businesses, both large and small.

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