In a significant move to augment its production capabilities, has announced an investment of over £1 million into its printing operations.

This substantial capital investment is earmarked for the acquisition of cutting-edge print machinery, including another Canon IX3200, Renz MOBI 500 semi automatic binding machine, Renz AP 360 automatic punch machine and Horizon booklet maker SPF200A, which are expected to elevate both the quality and efficiency of the company’s output.

The recent acquisition of advanced printing equipment underscores the relentless commitment to staying at the forefront of printing technology and delivering unparalleled value to customers.

The new Canon machine comes shortly after the installation of its first press back in 2022. Growth in the business is such that a second has been installed to meet demand expected in 2024.

“The investment in this Canon machine is more than a purchase, it’s a pivotal moment for our company as we step into the future of the print industry,” said David Duncan, Production Director. “We are committed to being at the forefront of innovation, ensuring our customers benefit from the very best the industry has to offer.” is based in Cramlington.