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Service Graphics' £1 million investment programme included a HP Scitex XL1500
An expansion programme is underway at Service Graphics to increase its production facilities and better service emerging markets. This is underpinned by a drive to recruit new industry talent to support key industries such as sports and events and to enhance its relationships with FTSE 100 companies and Olympic sponsors.
As a result of continued investment from St Ives, which purchased the company just over a year ago, Service Graphics installed over £1 million of new equipment last year. This included two NUR Expedio 5000s, a VUTEk QS 3200 and a HP Scitex XL1500, as well as a welder for finishing and pre-press and digital imaging workstations.
Director of Service Graphics, Ben Moss, said: "With our new superwide format printers we have increased speed and turnaround and thanks to advances in technology we can obtain a wider colour gamut and closer dot, ensuring the quality of our output. We are well placed to set trends and predict the market and aim to provide added value to our customers including innovative products, applications and in-depth consultancy."
Its increased capacity has allowed Service Graphics to take on more inter-group work and service customers from other divisions. Service Graphics also transferred its Jupiter Display workforce to St Ives' headquarters as part of an initiative to maximise the group product offering across its client base.