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Warwick Printing sets UK first with new investment

Leamington Spa-based Warwick Printing has become the first company in the UK to purchase Heidelberg Speedmaster CX102-4 LED Push to Stop press, with the aim of extending its service offering to customers.

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Directors Paul Young and Alan Young alongside the Speedmaster CX102-4 LED press

The new machine will work in three shifts alongside, and with the same plate format as, an existing Speedmaster SX102-8-P long perfector.

Warwick Printing says the Speedmaster will also enhance the colour quality that it can provide to customers, as well shorten turnaround times. In addition, the firm expects to become more environmentally-friendly, with Inpress Control colour and register tool to cut waste to just 30-50 sheets.

Paul Young, director at Warwick Printing, comments: “The new press enables us to give designers and commercial customers more flexibility.

The new press enables us to give designers and commercial customers more flexibility

“For work on uncoated stocks we have had to live with drying times of two or three days. Now, with this technology, we can move work to the folders and guillotines instantly without fear of marking.

“We have always tried to accommodate late corrections but now customers can rely on us even more when they are working to especially tight deadlines.”

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