• Short runs mean big business for this Belfast printer

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Short Runs Mean Big Business

Xerox digital presses give a Belfast printer the speed and agility they need to offer their clients high quality, low volume print runs.

Short Runs Mean Big Business for this Belfast Printer

Northern Ireland printer, GPS Colour Graphics, has a great reputation as a producer of high quality brochures, catalogues, magazines and books. But it was faced with a challenge - its customers were demanding shorter print runs.  The time had come to offer digital printing.

Having previously used a Xerox® DocuColor™ 12 for proofing of larger jobs, GPS chose a Xerox Color®1000 Press for its first commercial digital printing service, soon supplemented by a Xerox 4127™ for black and white jobs.

Along with an improving economy, the addition of a digital capability has enabled GPS to go from strength to strength. So much so that they now have a 5,000 square foot facility to house their new Xerox iGen 5 - one of the latest generation of Xerox® digital presses.

With its competitive total cost of ownership, the iGen 5 is able to produce results GPS can be proud of. “There is a huge improvement in quality,” says Helen McClay, Business Development Director. “It is producing results that are much closer in finish to the lithographic press, with a more litho-like matt finish.”

Read our case study to find out how GPS used the new technology to drive their growth.

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