Monday, 23 Mar 2020 13:10 GMT

Written in the stars for Aries and Fujifilm

Spanish print and communications group Aries Grupo de Comunicación has paid tribute to its a new Fujifilm Jet Press 750S, saying the machine has allowed it to keep pace with growing customer demand for short-run work.

Aries purchased the Fujifilm device in the summer of 2019, putting it to use on a wide range of jobs for customers from a whole host of markets.

Among the work that Aries prints are books, calendars, brochures, catalogues and packaging, with the company operating as a full-service commercial print business.

Chief executive Antonio Martin says: “We're seeing increasing demands for high quality short-run work, and customers typically expect to receive orders much faster now than ever before.

“Delivering all of this, while keeping costs down and prices competitive is an ongoing challenge - and being able to support each other within the Union Project is hugely beneficial.”

We're seeing increasing demands for high quality short-run work, and customers typically expect to receive orders much faster now than ever before

The Union Project comprises five print companies under one roof, pooling resources, collaborating and together offering a full, in-house service – from design, to marketing, to production, to storage and logistics.

“Our customers now want more from us: consultancy, advice and support,” Martin says, adding: “We’ve adapted our business to meet those expectations, and in Fujifilm we have a partner who does the same thing for us.

“The Jet Press is the logical next step in our Fujifilm partnership. The speed with which we can turnaround high quality short-run work has improved significantly and this opens up the opportunity to reach new customers and new markets.”

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