Case study: Revoria Press PC1120

EA Printing

Studium przypadku

EA Printing looks to the future with Fujifilm Revoria Press PC1120 investment

EA Printing

Leicestershire, UK

Revoria Press PC1120

Czas czytania: 5 minutes

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Matt Saulsbury | EA Printing

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Najważniejsze informacje

  • EA Printing invests in Revoria Press PC1120 enabling them to increase their print offering to customers.
  • Co-owner, Matt Saulsbury, sees the digital press investment and partnership with Fujifilm as positive steps for the future for the company.
  • The digital printing company works with a huge number of major UK and global brands offering a wide range of services.
  • The press features an advanced print engine with 10 colours, including gold, silver, white, pink & clear, easily configurable in six stations.
  • Aside from the special colours, EA Printing has noticed an improvement in productivity and quality compared to their previous press.
  • EA Printing is planning open days for creative agencies to come and see the creative potential of the special colours and effects they can now offer.

A small company in terms of size, Leicestershire-based EA Printing works with a huge number of major UK and global brands, both directly and through creative agencies. Offering a wide range of services, from digital print, to wide format, letterpress, die cutting, embossing and debossing, EA Printing specialises in complex, conceptual work that its customers find hard to get done elsewhere. Needing to replace an end-of-life toner device, the very hands-on business owners Matt Saulsbury and David Kennedy considered a range of options, before opting for the Revoria Press PC1120.

Saulsbury comments: “We’d never dealt with Fujifilm before, because until recently they haven’t been directly involved in the toner market in the UK. Though of course, as everyone knows, Fujifilm-made digital toner presses have been around for a long time, and we’d been using one ourselves for a number of years. I’d always been very impressed with the technology, so when I started seeing a few articles in the trade press about Fujifilm entering the toner market directly in the UK, I was interested. I know the quality of their products and I liked the idea of working with them directly.

“Ultimately it was a visit from a Fujifilm wide format sales rep that really got the ball rolling. He came to talk to us about wide format, but we quickly got talking about Revoria, and it all went from there.

“We did consider a few other options, including sticking with our existing supplier, but ultimately we decided that we needed to take the opportunity to invest in something that was going to help us differentiate our offering and grow our business, rather than just stand still and keep doing what we had been doing. When we’d decided that, the choice was obvious.”

EA Printing’s Revoria Press PC1120 was installed in late December 2023 and was put straight to work from early January. “It was incredibly busy right away,” Saulsbury continues. “Even before we were fully trained up on how to use it, we had jobs coming in. We really liked the fact that it had a white ink option, with all the requests we get now for printing on dark or coloured board. We’d also immediately seen the potential for the gold and silver ink options to win us high value work with metallic effects. But, somewhat to our surprise, the biggest advantage so far has been the pink ink – which has already won us some greeting cards work. The creative agency sourcing the greetings cards needed a print supplier who could produce fluorescent colours, and the florescent pink we can achieve on the PC1120 was exactly right for what they needed.

“The other advantage of the pink, from a much more practical point of view, is that we can now match far more pantone colours than we could before. We’re always getting customers bringing slightly unusual colours to us and asking if we can match them. With the pink, we can do that far more now than we could before.”

With so much more the company can now offer, EA Printing is planning some open days for creative agencies to come and see the creative potential of the special colours and effects now on offer. Aside from the special colours, Saulsbury also notes the improved productivity and quality they’re noticing compared with their previous press.

“The quality has surprised me.” Saulsbury confesses. “I knew it was a step up from what we had before – but hadn’t expected that step up to be as big as it has. We’ve really noticed it and we’ve had customers remark on it as well. “It’s also a lot faster than what we had before, which is particularly noticeable when we’re crunching through longer run print jobs. Then there’s the long sheet format option, which we can also duplex print from a high capacity tray. Taken altogether, it all adds up to a massive productivity boost.”

In a challenging market, Saulsbury is confident about his own company’s prospects and sees his new investment and partnership with Fujifilm as positive steps in facing that future.

 

Rozwiązania do druku komercyjnego

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Studium przypadku: Jet Press 750S HSM, Revoria PC1120, Revoria E1 Series

Impress Print Services

Studium przypadku

Impress Print Services rozszerza możliwości i zwiększa wydajność dzięki potrójnej inwestycji w rozwiązania do druku cyfrowego od Fujifilm

Impress Print Services

Walton-on-Thames, UK

Jet Press 750S HSM, Revoria Press PC1120, Revoria E1 Series

Czas czytania: 5 minutes

Teraz maszyny Fujifilm błyskawicznie robią to, czego potrzebujemy, przy minimalnych przestojach, zwiększając ogólną produktywność i wydajność naszej firmy.

Michael Kille | Impress Print Services

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Najważniejsze informacje

  • Wiodąca brytyjska firma poligraficzna rozszerza możliwości i zwiększa wydajność operacyjną dzięki połączonej inwestycji.
  • Rozwiązania do druku cyfrowego obejmują maszyny Jet Press 750S High Speed Model, Revoria Press PC1120 i Revoria Press E1 firmy Fujifilm.
  • Nowe maszyny umożliwiły firmie Impress wejście na nowe rynki, na przykład opakowań niskonakładowych (dzięki maszynie Jet Press) oraz realizację wcześniej zlecanego druku offsetowego B1 we własnym zakresie (dzięki maszynie Revoria).
  • Impress to firma, która priorytetowo traktuje zrównoważony rozwój i planując tę inwestycję przywiązywała ogromną wagę do ogólnych referencji środowiskowych nowych maszyn.
  • Kolory specjalne w maszynie Revoria PC1120 naprawdę pomogły utrzymać pewne rodzaje zadań i firma Impress Print Services jest zachwycona jakością i wydajnością monochromatycznego modelu Revoria E1.

Wiodąca brytyjska firma poligraficzna rozszerza możliwości i zwiększa wydajność operacyjną dzięki połączonej inwestycji w maszyny Jet Press 750S High Speed Model, Revoria Press PC1120 i Revoria Press E1 Series od Fujifilm.

Kiedy okres eksploatacji jednej z poprzednich maszyn cyfrowych dobiegł końca, zespół firmy Impress przeanalizował różne opcje na rynku. Michael Kille, dyrektor zarządzający, Impress Print Services, komentuje: „Nasza poprzednia maszyna cyfrowa oferowała dobrą jakość, ale pojawiły się problemy z wydajnością. Teraz maszyny Fujifilm błyskawicznie robią to, czego potrzebujemy, przy minimalnych przestojach, zwiększając ogólną produktywność i wydajność naszej firmy. Ponadto, dodanie druku cyfrowego w formacie B2, który uzupełnia naszą ofertę offsetową, znacznie zwiększyło nasze możliwości produkcyjne i oferowane wartości.

„Dodatkowo,” – kontynuuje Kille – „kolory specjalne w maszynie Revoria PC1120 naprawdę pomogły nam utrzymać pewne rodzaje zadań, które wcześniej drukowaliśmy na maszynie offsetowej B1, i jesteśmy zachwyceni jakością i wydajnością monochromatycznego modelu Revoria E1”.

Nowe maszyny umożliwiły firmie Impress wejście na nowe rynki, na przykład opakowań niskonakładowych (dzięki maszynie Jet Press) oraz realizację wcześniej zlecanego druku offsetowego B1 we własnym zakresie (dzięki maszynie Revoria).

Impress to firma, która priorytetowo traktuje zrównoważony rozwój, o czym świadczy jej zaangażowanie w recykling materiałów, ciągły program zrównoważonego rozwoju oraz wykorzystanie energii słonecznej do własnych potrzeb energetycznych. Planując tę inwestycję, firma Impress przywiązywała ogromną wagę do ogólnych referencji środowiskowych nowych maszyn.

Michael komentuje: „Od czasu instalacji maszyn Fujifilm obserwujemy znaczny spadek zużycia prądu. Szczególnie dzięki wydajności oferowanej przez Jet Press 750S i obsłudze formatu B2. a także zwiększonej produktywności połączonej z brakiem awarii i sprawnym przepływem pracy odnotowaliśmy spadek ilości odpadów, krótsze przestoje i znaczny wzrost wydajności”.

Podsumowuje: „Praca z firmą Fujifilm była fantastycznym doświadczeniem, zarówno w trakcie sprzedaży, jak i montażu, i zawsze służyła nam pomocą i ciągłym wsparciem. To naprawdę jeden z najlepszych dostawców w branży. Dzięki Fujifilm mamy teraz najlepsze urządzenia atramentowe i laserowe, a także firmę, która działa wydajniej i efektywniej niż kiedykolwiek wcześniej”.

Taro Aoki, szef działu Digital Press Solutions, Fujifilm Graphic Communications Europe, komentuje: „Firma Fujifilm jako jedyna na rynku oferuje najlepsze rozwiązania zarówno do druku laserowego, jak i atramentowego. Współpraca z firmami, które doceniają ogromny potencjał połączenia tych nowych technologii zawsze daje szczególną satysfakcję. Ale nasze wiodące na rynku technologie to jeszcze nie wszystko. Jesteśmy równie dumni z usług oferowanych po montażu, ponieważ pomagamy firmom się rozwijać. Ta odważna inwestycja firmy Impress to dopiero początek. Liczymy na dalszą współpracę w kolejnych miesiącach i latach, ponieważ firma rozwija swoją ofertę i działalność, zapewniając klientom korzyści wynikające z najlepszej w swojej klasie technologii laserowej i atramentowej”.

Rozwiązania do druku komercyjnego

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Studium przypadku: Acuity Ultra R2

Ateliers Cassandre

Studium przypadku

Ateliers Cassandre zwiększa wydajność i tempo wzrostu dzięki maszynie Fujifilm Acuity Ultra R2

Ateliers Cassandre

Wissous, Francja

Acuity Ultra R2

Czas czytania: 4 minutes

Nnasze zaangażowanie w doskonałość motywuje nas do współpracy z najlepszymi. Dlatego zostaliśmy partnerem Fujifilm – uznaną marką i ekspertem w dziedzinie druku cyfrowego”.

Clément Asnar | Ateliers Cassandre

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Najważniejsze informacje

  • Firma Ateliers Cassandre zainwestowała w maszynę wielkoformatową Acuity Ultra R2
  • Decyzja ta była podyktowana zobowiązaniem firmy do terminowego dostarczania klientom wysokiej jakości projektów.
  • Po raz pierwszy zobaczyli model Acuity Ultra R2 na targach FESPA 2022.
  • Clément Asnar, właściciel Ateliers Cassandre, był pod wrażeniem jego cech konstrukcyjnych i wyjątkowej jakości druku.
  • Ostatecznie maszyna była w stanie zwiększyć wydajność firmy Atelier Cassandre, pomagając jej w realizacji ponad 50 000 zadań rocznie i zapewniając doskonały zwrot z inwestycji
  • Maszyna wielkoformatowa okazała się opłacalną inwestycją.

Firma rodzinna, założona w Essonne trzy dekady temu, oferuje produkty do szerokiego zakresu zastosowań, w tym stoiska wystawowe, ekspozytory sklepowe, tekstylia i inne. Posiadająca certyfikat ISO siedziba firmy jest największym zakładem produkcyjnym w Ile de France.

Zawsze szanując terminy swoich klientów, Ateliers Cassandre szczyci się terminową realizacją wysokiej jakości projektów. Aby wspierać tę strategię, firma stale inwestuje w najbardziej wydajne, najnowocześniejsze technologie, jak choćby maszyna Fujifilm Acuity Ultra R2, którą właściciel Clément Asnar po raz pierwszy zobaczył w akcji na targach FESPA 2022.

Asnar wierzył, że Acuity Ultra R2 będzie idealnym dodatkiem do jego działalności z wielu powodów. Drukuje z szybkością 600 m2/godz., a głowice drukujące w 3 poziomach skali szarości zapewniają krople o wielkości 3,5 pl, dostarczając wyjątkową jakość druku zdjęć, przy jednoczesnym minimalnym zużyciu atramentu. Maszynę cechuje również bardzo niskie zużycie energii. Ostatecznie maszyna była w stanie zwiększyć wydajność firmy Atelier Cassandre, pomagając jej w realizacji ponad 50 000 zadań rocznie i zapewniając doskonały zwrot z inwestycji.

Clément Asnar, właściciel, Ateliers Cassandre, komentuje: „Kiedy po raz pierwszy zobaczyliśmy maszynę Acuity Ultra R2 na targach FESPA 2022, zachwyciły nas jej cechy konstrukcyjne i wyjątkowa jakość druku. Następnie odwiedziliśmy klienta w południowej Hiszpanii, który posiadał już tę maszynę w swojej flocie i byliśmy pod wrażeniem jej wysokiej wydajności”.

Asnar dodaje: „Przy naszym rocznym tempie wzrostu wynoszącym około 10% jesteśmy w fazie szybkiego rozwoju, a nasze zaangażowanie w doskonałość motywuje nas do współpracy z najlepszymi. Dlatego zostaliśmy partnerem Fujifilm – uznaną marką i ekspertem w dziedzinie druku cyfrowego. Maszyna Acuity Ultra R2 okazała się opłacalną inwestycją i z niecierpliwością czekamy na współpracę z Fujifilm w przyszłości”.

Shaun Holdom, dyrektor ds. marketingu, High End Products w Fujifilm Wide Format Inkjet Systems, dodaje: „Maszyna rolowa Acuity Ultra R2, wprowadzona na rynek w 2021 roku w ramach całkowicie przeprojektowanej gamy wielkoformatowej Acuity firmy Fujifilm, zdobyła nagrody iF, Good Design i Red Dot za swoje nienaganne cechy konstrukcyjne.

Cieszymy się, że maszyna Acuity Ultra R2 pomaga naszym klientom, takim jak Ateliers Cassandre, przekraczać granice jakości, wydajności i szybkości drukowania, a przy tym jest energooszczędna i zapewnia zwrot z inwestycji.

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Case study: Acuity Prime Hybrid

Allen Signs

Studium przypadku

Allen Signs becomes the first business to invest in the Acuity Prime Hybrid to support its efficiency and expansion

Allen Signs

Lincoln, UK

Acuity Prime Hybrid

Czas czytania: 4 minutes

We sought the Acuity Prime Hybrid as an opportunity to explore the Fujifilm brand further. The printer has now allowed us to carry out our normal production with minimal issues and excellent quality and ink performance.

David Allen | Allen Signs

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Najważniejsze informacje

  • Allen signs invested in the Acuity Prime Hybrid in 2023
  • The family-run signage business sought an investment in Hybrid print technology.
  • The printer has seamlessly integrated into the company’s workflow.
  • The trust-based partnership with Fujifilm has proven to be a key factor in the investment.
  • Since the investment, the company has found the printer to be incredibly versatile.
  • The company looks forward to exploring more ways that the Prime Hybrid can help them expand.

UK-based signage and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has become the first company to invest in Fujifilm’s new Acuity Prime Hybrid printer. The ground-breaking wide format hybrid machine , which was released earlier this year, is highly versatile due to its ability to handle both rigid and flexible media.

The family-run wide format business was established in 1965, and since then, has been producing a variety of different signage applications for its consumers. David Allen, the company’s Managing Director, says his interest in the Acuity Prime Hybrid stemmed from its versatility and economical ink consumption.

Allen comments: “Due to our familiarity with hybrid platforms, we sought the Acuity Prime Hybrid as an opportunity to explore the Fujifilm brand further. The printer has now allowed us to carry out our normal production with minimal issues and excellent quality and ink performance.”

Allen adds that the Acuity Prime Hybrid’s versatility has enabled his business to print on a wider variety of substrates more efficiently and cost-effectively. The machine is already being used to print on wall coverings, direct to board and even metallic surfaces.

Impressed by the printer’s ease of use, Matt Ryder, Print Specialist at Allen Signs, says: “We tried a job on the new Fujifilm machine, and instantly, it tracked. It was perfect. As for materials, we are yet to come across a substrate that doesn’t work.”

Having built a partnership, based on trust, with Fujifilm, Allen adds: “Fujifilm has been an absolute breeze to deal with. The installation and the training were extremely quick and efficient. I’m looking forward to seeing how the Acuity Prime Hybrid printer will allow us to expand our business in the future.”

Andy Kent, Division Manager, Fujifilm Graphic Communications UK, states: “We are delighted to hear that our wide range of customers are more than satisfied with our printing technologies. As a result of Allen Signs investing in our Acuity Prime Hybrid, they have seen significant increases in print quality and a reduction in costs, whilst expanding their substrate selection. It’s fantastic to see them exploring new business opportunities.”

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Case study: Acuity Prime 30

Byblos

Studium przypadku

Byblos boosts creative potential with Fujifilm Acuity Prime investment

Byblos SRL

Turin, Italy

Acuity Prime 30

Czas czytania: 4 minutes

Najważniejsze informacje

  • Byblos invested in an Acuity Prime 30 Flatbed printer.
  • The decision was driven by the company’s dedication to superior quality.
  • They have used the press to print on unconventional materials such as wood composite and glass.
  • The finishing techniques such as satin and gloss have been received well by clients.
  • The company are impressed by the exceptional adhesion and vibrancy of the ink.
  • Byblos is enthusiastic about being able to to meet evolving client needs.

Inwestycja Acuity Prime 30 zmienia naszą działalność. Dzięki niezrównanej jakości druku i możliwości pracy z różnorodnymi materiałami przekroczyliśmy oczekiwania naszych klientów.

Alessandro Conte | Byblos

Byblos, an industry leader in high quality print production, founded in 1992, has recently made a strategic investment in Fujifilm’s Acuity Prime 30 wide format flatbed printer. This acquisition has allowed the company to attract a broader customer base, win new business opportunities, and position itself for continued success in meeting customer demands for high quality and customised wide format printing.

With a firm commitment to delivering exceptional wide format printing solutions, the Acuity Prime, installed in May 2023, is the latest addition to their advanced production line-up. Equipped with seven ink channels, CMYK, White, Clear, and Primer, and powered by the ColorGATE RIP, the new printer is empowering Byblos to expand its production offering to include unconventional materials such as wood composite and glass.

The decision to invest in the Acuity Prime 30 was driven by Byblos’ dedication to superior quality and the opportunity to experiment with different types of media and finishing techniques – such as being able to achieve a satin or glossy finish. According to Alessandro Conte, Managing Director of Byblos, these capabilities have been very well received by their clients. Furthermore, the excellent support provided by the Fujifilm team played a significant role in solidifying the partnership.

Conte is enthusiastic about the investment: “The Acuity Prime has transformed our production process and elevated our ability to meet the evolving needs of our clients. Its impressive speed and remarkable quality have exceeded our expectations. We can now deliver personalised, high-quality printing in shorter turnaround times, and unleash our creativity by printing on unconventional materials. This gives us a competitive edge in the market.”

The Acuity Prime 30’s remarkable ink quality enables Byblos to work with a wide array of materials, including various metals and glass, when using a primer. The ink demonstrates exceptional adhesion, with stunning precision and vibrancy in every print. And the durability of the ink allows it to withstand the effects of chemicals and cleaning agents, ensuring longevity and exceptional print quality.

Alessandro Conte, Managing Director of Byblos, concluded: “The Acuity Prime 30 investment is transforming our business. With its unmatched print quality and the ability to work with diverse materials, we have exceeded our clients’ expectations. This investment has not only fuelled our growth but has also solidified our position as a leader in the industry.”

Daniele Carino of Fujifilm Italy added. “The Acuity Prime 30, part of Fujifilm’s ‘new blueprint for wide format’ has been exceptionally well received since it was launched two years ago. It was built to deliver versatility, value and ease-of-use, and we’re delighted that Byblos has become the latest company to recognise its potential and take advantage of it.”

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Case Study: Imprinting Solutions for Direct Mail Printing

Paragon

Studium przypadku

Paragon Germany confirms investment in Fujifilm Imprinting Solution for direct mail printing

Paragon Germany

Schwandorf, Germany

Imprinting solutions

Czas czytania: 4 minutes

Najważniejsze informacje

  • Paragon Germany employs more than 1,200 employees across eight locations in Germany, Czech Republic and Poland.
  • The company has installed a pair of one metre wide Fujifilm imprinting bars.
  • Fujifilm’s imprinting solutions replace legacy inkjet imprinting equipment on a direct mail production line.
  • Fujifilm’s heritage and proven technology was a key reason for investment.
  • The new system provided Paragon Germany with increased uptime, shorter set-up times, and reduced waste compared to the legacy system.
  • Fujifilm is pleased with Paragon’s investment and looks forward to boosting their productivity and reducing costs in the long term.

The Fujifilm imprinting system gives us more up-time, shorter set-up times and results in far less waste.

Bernd Wein | Niemcy Paragon

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With more than 9,000 employees in 20 countries and an annual turnover of more than €1.2 billion, Paragon Group is a major global player in direct mail, transactional print, business outsourcing and packaging. Within that wider business, Paragon Germany employs more than 1,200 employees across eight locations in Germany, Czech Republic and Poland.

Looking to replace legacy inkjet imprinting equipment on a direct mail printing production line in Schwandorf, Germany, the company has turned to Fujifilm and its industry-leading imprinting solutions, installing a pair of one metre wide Fujifilm imprinting bars to print to the front and the reverse of the web.

“There were a number of reasons we went with Fujifilm over rival systems,” explains Bernd Wein, Paragon Operations Director, Direct Mail. “We liked that they fully own all the technologies – the printheads as well as the integration technology. It gives us confidence to be dealing with one partner – a partner that we were confident could offer the service and support we need to ensure ongoing smooth operation and the swift resolution to any problems.

“It’s also proven technology,” Mr Wein continues. “Fujifilm has a long heritage in inkjet, and its imprinting solutions are tried and tested. They’re a strong and respected manufacturer and a financially robust and stable company that we know we can depend on over the long term.

“The fact that Fujifilm acquired Unigraphica in 2022 was also a factor in our investment decision. The combination of Fujifilm and Unigraphica inkjet systems integration expertise was a very attractive proposition.”

“Finally, Fujifilm was also able to provide a bespoke system as large as one metre wide. No one else we spoke to was able to do that. And furthermore, compared with our legacy system, the Fujifilm imprinting system gives us more up-time, shorter set-up times and results in far less waste.”

Stefan Steinle, Sales & Business Development Manager, FUJIFILM Integrated Inkjet Solutions, Europe comments: “We’re delighted that a company of Paragon’s reputation and standing has chosen to invest in Fujifilm inkjet imprinting technology. We look forward to boosting Paragon’s productivity, and reducing its costs for many years to come.”

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Case study: ApeosPro C Toner Press

Emmerson Press

Studium przypadku

Emmerson Press becomes first UK investor in Fujifilm’s ApeosPro C toner press

Emmerson Press

Kenilworth, UK

ApeosPro C Series

Czas czytania: 4 minutes

Najważniejsze informacje

  • Emmerson Press, a commercial printer based in Kenilworth, UK, has a history of being a first adopter of Fujifilm printing technology.
  • In 2016, they became the first UK printer to invest in the Jet Press 720S, later upgrading to the Jet Press 750S in 2019.
  • They are the first UK print business to invest in Fujifilm’s newly launched ApeosPro C810 toner press.
  • The decision to invest in Fujifilm’s ApeosPro C810 Toner Press was made after careful research and consultation with Fujifilm representatives.
  • Emmerson Press plans to use the new toner press for a wide range of applications, particularly ultra-short run work with quick turnaround times.
  • The investment is expected to provide a competitive edge, improve cost-efficiency, and complement their existing printing machines.

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Emmerson Press, a respected commercial printer based in Kenilworth, UK, has been first before. A Fujifilm plates customer for nearly two decades, in 2016 they became the first printer in the UK to invest in the Jet Press 720S, later upgrading to the Jet Press 750S in 2019. Now, in 2023, they have now become the first UK print business to invest in Fujifilm’s newly launched ApeosPro C810 toner press.

The deal was formally agreed at a Fujifilm event in London’s docklands in May to celebrate the launch of Fujifilm’s toner technologies in the UK.

Jamie Emmerson, Director, Emmerson Press comments: “We had an existing toner machine that had reached end of life and we were looking for a new solution. After looking at the market, the ApeosPro C Toner Press seemed like an ideal choice. We’d been researching it for some time but had to wait patiently until the official UK launch in April to speak to our Fujifilm representative. Following this conversation, we soon signed the deal. Despite it being newly launched in the UK, we did our homework and, being a long-term Fujifilm partner, we were confident that the technology had been tried and tested. Being the first in the UK to invest in Fujifilm technology once again, marks an exciting time for us and we are confident that this investment will give us a competitive edge.”

“We’ll use it to produce a wide range of additional applications – particularly any ultra-short run work that needs to be turned around instantly. And we’ll also use it as an office printer, which further helps with costs and efficiency. The small format size is very useful and overall, the price point, combined with the quality that can be achieved, makes this a truly exceptional machine that is well worth the investment.

“The ApeosPro C Toner Press complements our existing machines well. Fujifilm is a trusted partner, who we enjoy working with – and having multiple solutions from one vendor makes things much simpler to manage, and the support from the Fujifilm team is always second to none.”

Martin Fairweather, National Digital Business Development Manager, Fujifilm UK comments: “We’re delighted to be further expanding our partnership with Emmerson Press. Their trust in us as a long-term partner is demonstrated by them becoming the first in the UK to invest in Fujifilm technology once again. Following the official recent ApeosPro C launch earlier this year, we’re excited to continue to drive this momentum forward and Emmerson Press is the perfect company to gain maximum benefits from this technology.”

The success of the ApeosPro C Toner Press underscores our dedication to meeting the evolving needs of valued customers like Emmerson Press. By addressing the challenges faced by modern businesses, we have positioned ourselves at the forefront of the printing industry, offering a solution that not only elevates the standard of output but also streamlines processes and enhances sustainability.

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Case Study: Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed Printer

Soyang

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Soyang Open House event demonstrates award-winning capabilities of Fujifilm’s 5m Acuity Ultra R2 wide format roll-fed printer.

Soyang

Accrington, UK

Acuity Ultra R2

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Najważniejsze informacje

  • Soyang initially partnered with Fujifilm in mid-2022 to become a distributor of Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printers in the UK.
  • The highly respected wide format materials supplier formed the partnership as it looked to enter hardware sales.
  • Soyang hosted an Open House to showcase the Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printer in its new, purpose-built showroom.
  • The Soyang premises stocks more 1.5 million m² of printing solutions, including a huge variety of substrates.
  • Last year, Soyang bought a majority stake in Josero – a leading UK supplier of wide format printers, sign and print finishing equipment and printing supplies.
  • Josero has also partnered with Fujifilm to distribute the Acuity Prime flatbed printer in the UK.

As we branch out from being a wide format materials supplier into hardware, we felt that the ‘superwide’ 5m Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printer would be a perfect fit for our portfolio.

Marek Mashiter | Sojang

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Soyang, a UK-based partner of Fujifilm, recently hosted an Open House event to showcase the remarkable capabilities of the ‘superwide’ (5m) Acuity Ultra R2 roll-fed printer to customers in its showroom. As a highly respected wide format materials supplier looking to enter into hardware sales, Soyang initially partnered with Fujifilm in mid-2022 to become a distributor of the Acuity Ultra R2 in the UK. The company was impressed with the machine’s ability to deliver on quality, reliability and ROI.

The well-attended Open House took place in Soyang’s new, purpose-built Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printer showroom at its 70,000ft² head office and distribution centre in Accrington, Lancashire. In addition to the new showroom, Soyang stocks more 1.5 million m² of printing solutions, including a vast variety of substrates.

Soyang Europe Managing Director Mark Mashiter commented: “The Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printer is a revolutionary machine and is part of Fujifilm’s new blueprint for wide format. At Soyang, we’re historically very well known for finding solutions to 5m prints, so as we branch out from being a wide format materials supplier into hardware, we felt that the ‘superwide’ 5m Acuity Ultra R2 printer would be a perfect fit for our portfolio.”

He adds: “We already support a huge number of customers in the wide format sector with material sales. We’re pleased to be able to offer hardware too.”

Soyang’s Open House event was hosted in partnership with Josero, a leading UK supplier of wide format printers, sign and print finishing equipment and printing supplies. Soyang, which bought the majority shares of Josero last year, has also partnered with Fujifilm to distribute the Acuity Prime flatbed printer in the UK.

Soyang customer Vincent Randall, co-owner of MediaCo Group, commented: “It was a pleasure to attend Soyang’s Open House event and it was great to see the Acuity Ultra R2 in-person. The fact that Fujifilm is making machines and designing them around users’ needs – and around their inks – is significantly important to companies like ours.”

Launched in mid-2021 as part of Fujifilm’s new Acuity wide format range, the Acuity Prime flatbed and Acuity Ultra R2 Roll-fed printers have each won iF, Good Design and Red Dot awards for their impeccable design features.

Andy Webb, UK Wide Format Sales Manager at Fujifilm, notes: “Our Acuity wide format machines were all fully developed by Fujifilm to maximise usability and ROI. We’re confident that Soyang’s extensive industry knowledge, expertise and customer base – all demonstrated at its recent Open House event – will help us to boost Acuity Ultra R2 and Acuity Prime sales across the UK.”

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Case Study: Acuity Ultra R2

Oedim

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Wide format specialist Oedim boosts its Acuity ‘superwide’ printer fleet by investing in an Acuity Ultra R2 Inkjet Printer

Oedim

Jaén, Spain

Acuity Ultra R2

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  • Oedim invested in a 5m Acuity Ultra R2 to support business growth.
  • The company already had four Acuity Ultra presses.
  • Success with previous Acuity Ultra models and an excellent relationship with Fujifilm made it the obvious decision
  • The new press will be used to print advertisements, signage and building wraps.
  • The company prides itself on delivering versatility and value to its customers.
  • Oedim was pleased with the consistent good service that it received from Fujifilm.

Our investment in yet another Fujifilm printer has enhanced our confidence in the company as a trusted and reliable partner.

Miguel Ángel Gómez Cano | Managing Director, Oedim

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Spanish wide format specialist Oedim has once again partnered with Fujifilm to expand its fleet of Acuity wide format printers to increase productivity and support its growth. The company, which already owns four Acuity Ultra printers, recently invested in a 5m ‘superwide’ Acuity Ultra R2 Inkjet Printer. The new printer, which has been installed at its 20,000 square metre site in Jaén, Spain, will predominantly be used to print wide format advertisements on canvases, as well as signage for events and building wraps.

Established in 1996, Oedim is a wide format print specialist that prioritises personalisation and efficiency, while delivering on versatility and value. Many of its customers operate in the marketing and advertising sectors, and require wide format prints on substrates including vinyl, cardboard, tarpaulin, textiles and more.

Oedim sought another Fujifilm wide format printer because it was pleased with the quality and reliability of its existing Acuity Ultra machines. It was also very happy with the service it had received from Fujifilm.

The Acuity Ultra R2 Inkjet Printer, which is part of Fujifilm’s new range of wide format printers, is available in ‘superwide’ 5m and standard 3.2m configurations, and Mercury UV and LED UV configurations. Engineered from the ground up, with the operator in mind, it has won Red Dot, Good Design and iF awards for its impeccable design features.

Miguel Ángel Gómez Cano, Managing Director at Oedim, says: “At Oedim, wide format prints are our speciality. Many of our customers operate in the marketing and advertising sectors and require wide format prints – be it on textiles, vinyl, cardboard or tarpaulin. Our investment in an Acuity Ultra R2 has enabled us to prioritise personalisation and efficiency, while delivering on versatility and value – all while achieving growth.”

“Now, with an Acuity Ultra R2 included in our fleet of printers, we can offer our customers an even faster and more reliable service, particularly when delivering ‘superwide’ 5m prints. The machine is not only intuitive and easy to use, it is also reliable and offers exceptional quality. This is proven, as we use it predominantly to print on mesh and canvases and events canvases. ”

Cano says: “Our investment in yet another Fujifilm printer has enhanced our confidence in the company as a trusted and reliable partner.”

Joan Casas, Manager at Fujifilm Graphic Communications, Spain, comments: “We’re thrilled that the Acuity Ultra R2 is helping Oedim meet the needs of its customers and we thank them for being a loyal Fujifilm partner.” 

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Case Study: Acuity Prime 30 Flatbed Printer

Nuneaton Signs

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Nuneaton Signs opts for Acuity Prime 30 Flatbed Printer to maximise business growth

Nuneaton Signs

Nuneaton, UK

Acuity Prime 30

Najważniejsze informacje

  • Nuneaton Signs provides meaningful employment and training for people with disabilities manufacturing traffic and commercial signage
  • The company invested in an Acuity Prime 30 flatbed printer to support business growth and product sales.
  • The Acuity Prime was chosen for its reliability and ability to produce high-quality prints, cost effectively.
  • The printer’s versatility and ability to print to multiple substrates was also a huge part of its appeal.
  • The Acuity Prime’s ease-of-use and quick setup was a crucial factor for team members with disabilities.
  • The Acuity Prime 30 has won Red Dot, Good Design and iF awards for its impeccable design features.

We visited Fujifilm’s Broadstairs site, and were given an extensive demonstration of the Acuity Prime 30 Flatbed Printer, which turned out to be the ideal printer for our business’s requirements.

Daren Hollins | Nuneaton Signs

UK-based social enterprise Nuneaton Signs has invested in a Fujifilm Acuity Prime 30 flatbed printer to support its business growth and product sales. The company, which was established in 1982 in Nuneaton, UK, manufactures traffic signage and signs for a wide variety of commercial applications, whilst providing meaningful employment and training for people with disabilities, which affect 71% of its employees.

Daren Hollins, Head of Procurement at Nuneaton Signs said the company sought a new flatbed printer to speed up the production of its signs and manufactured goods. The company chose the Acuity Prime 30 because of its reliability, its ability to produce high quality prints and because it was in line with the company’s budget.

Hollins explains: “We went out to tender with various companies and we chose Fujifilm because we were impressed with the cost and efficiency of its inks, the cost of this printer and how overall, it was able to deliver in terms of quality and reliability – all while meeting our financial criteria.”

He adds: “It is two-and-a-half times faster than the previous printer we used for the same types of jobs. It is also quick to set up and easy to use – which is particularly important for our team members with disabilities.”

Hollins highlights that Fujifilm’s exceptional ink quality has enabled Nuneaton Signs to print high quality jobs on a variety of substrates. With a focus on the most sustainable substrates, Nuneaton Signs prints on: polypropylene; 100% recycled and recyclable cast acrylic sheets; polyester sheets; premium fibre structure paper board; recyclable aluminium composite material; lightweight foam board and many others. He also says that Fujifilm provided excellent training and support, further enhancing his trust in the brand.

Engineered from the ground up, with the operator in mind, the Acuity Prime 30 – released in 2021 as part of Fujifilm’s new blueprint for wide format – has won Red Dot, Good Design and iF awards for its impeccable design features.

Hollins continues: “We visited Fujifilm’s Broadstairs site (in Kent, UK), and were given an extensive demonstration of the Acuity Prime 30, which turned out to be the ideal printer for our business’s requirements. The service provided by Fujifilm was excellent and efficient. When the machine was installed, it was ready for use – factoring our training – within a week.”

Andy Kent, Division Manager, Fujifilm UK, adds: “We value all of our customers and their business requirements. We’re particularly pleased to see that our printer is supporting Nuneaton Sign’s team members with disabilities – ultimately enhancing their independence.”

Social enterprises like Nuneaton Signs trade for a social purpose and reinvest or donate a percentage of their profits to further their cause. In the UK, there are around 100,000 social enterprises, which employ nearly 2 million people.

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