A Birmingham-based direct mail and printing company has made a significant investment in plant and technology to allow it to expand services and meet increasing customer demands.
Currently providing a range of print-based mailing services, Baker Goodchild, based in the Jewellery Quarter, has invested in a range of advanced printing equipment which will enable the company to meet customer needs while remaining flexible.
Wesley Sinclair, production manager at Baker Goodchild, said: “As we continue to grow, it is essential that we update and increase our plant and machinery to keep ahead of our customer demands.
“With the additional equipment, we can now run bigger jobs and have doubled the speed of our printed outputs. For me it’s great as I can be more confident than ever that we can handle the bigger volumes and deliver on time, every time.”
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The new equipment, including five RICOH Pro 1106 EX high speed mono printers, an Astrojet 3800 high speed address ink-jetter and a Norpak P9 polywrap inserter, will allow for quicker printing with guaranteed precision.