Bright Print installs Agfa Anapurna

Bright Print Group expects to win $750,000 of wide format work in the next 12 months as it installs an Agfa Anapurna M2500i and an Esko Kongsberg C60 finishing table.

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Debbie Burgess, director of Bright Print Group

Speaking with Australian Printer, Debbie Burgess, director of Bright Print Group, says continuous and stable overall growth and customer demand encouraged the company to invest in the machines and enter the booming wide format sector. Burgess says, “We had many of our customers ask us to do their wide format printing in-house, and that encouraged us to extend our offering to include wide format. “Being able to bring outsourced work in-house will have an immediate positive impact on our bottom line. We have forecast growth of at least five per cent over the next two years. “We forecast to gain in excess of $750,000 of wide-format work in the first year.” Burgess says the other culprit for the company to invest more than half a million dollars in new kit was technology advancements, which will guarantee high quality work. “The other main reason was the technology. It has stabilised in recent times and so it made sense to broaden our scope of our product offering,” she says. “We have installed an Agfa Anapurna M2500i wide format printer, with an Esko Kongsberg C60 finishing table as well as mounting and laminating equipment. “This superior equipment will enable us to produce a high quality wide-range of products. This will satisfy both existing client demand and future market opportunities.”

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