The Company, based near the city in Dominion Rd, had been cutting all of its work using a hand operated guillotine, a tedious and time consuming process that lacked the accuracy of higher end models.
It was a fact that concerned Sean Liu, one of the company’s partners. So when Darren Hales-Owen of TS Wilson Jnr. Ltd. told him he could do with a new guillotine, he agreed and invested in a new EBA 430 from TS Wilson’s.
The new guillotine has provided a much more accurate cut with far greater productivity than before, Sean says. A guide light shows exactly where the cut will be made, before it is made, giving the operator total confidence in the end result.
Payless Copy has established itself as a high quality producer of copy and print products, with highly competitive prices, as its name suggests.
With three employees alongside Sean and his business partner, Payless Copy’s business is definitely growing. The company has invested in several new pieces of equipment in recent times, including a large format Océ plan printer for poster and architectural work.
The company does a lot of business cards and general photocopying work, but can produce just about anything. Its work ranges from bulk copying, newsletters, flyers and annual reports to bookbinding laminating and much more.
With the software and language skills to produce Chinese language print, Payless Copy gets around 20 per cent of its business from the Chinese community. Much of the rest of the work comes from local businesses, in and around the city area.
TS Wilson’s offer a wide range of bindery solutions to digital printing organisations, including solutions for folding, creasing, perforating and guillotining. If you’re interested, feel free to phone the guys at TS Wilson’s on (09) 379 4405.
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