Commenting on his growth plan Denholm says CMYKhub’s long term plan is to have manufacturing resources in every state, as a wholesale hub.
He says, “Trade printing is a very tough and low margin business; it needs volume to work and you need to drive down costs, we feel that by being local we can strip out a little freight cost and as a bonus speed up delivery times.
“This expansion will help us generate the economies of scale needed for our model.”
At this stage Denholm is tight lipped about location and machinery mix other than saying the plant will have ample capacity to generate excitement within its customer base.
In April last year, CMYKhub rolled out a West Australian print production hub, to provide small to medium business with the capabilities to increase their product range.
The East Perth-based hub is currently are operating an A3 Ryobi press and Kodak platemaking, and Denholm adds that CMYKhub will also supplement the product range out of its other hubs.
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