Left side advert image
Right side advert image
Super banner advert image
Subscribe to Print Monthly's RSS feed

Enter your email address here to sign up for our weekly newsletter


Exaclair details business growth

Kings Lynn-based Exaclair, the UK subsidiary for the Exacompta Clairefontaine Group, has revealed its recent investment in a Horizon SPF-200L bookletmaker has enabled it to significantly expand its business.

Article picture

David Swallow, production manager at Exaclair, alongside the Horizon SPF-200L

Purchased from Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS), the 4,500bph Horizon SPF-200L landscape feed bookletmaker combines stitching and folding with the ability to handle sheets up to 640mm in length.

JDF-ready, the device offers instant set-ups via an icon-based colour touchscreen, which can also be used for on-the-run adjustments, storage and recall of up to 200 jobs.

Exaclair specialises n the supply of stationery, office supplies, art materials, craft products, educational activities, stickers, luggage, leatherware and wrapping paper to wholesale and retailers nationwide.

David Swallow, production manager at Exaclair, says: “We needed to replace our very old folding machine and update our manual methods used to manufacture our soft cover books.

“The Horizon SPF-200L was the best replacement we found within our price range that could cover all our existing folding and stitching requirements.

“We did look at other systems from a number of manufacturers but what stood out for us was its layout and module approach. We liked the fact we can add additional modules at a later date.

“It has already helped us win new additional work from our customers and we expect is will pay for itself within two years.”

If you have an interesting story or a view on this news, then please e-mail news@printmonthly.co.uk

Follow Rob on:
Sophie Jones' Twitter Profile

Print printer-friendly version Printable version Send to a friend Contact us

No comments found!  

Sign in:


or create your very own Print Monthly account  to join in with the conversation.