Bristol firm rolls out major capital investment

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Clip Exhibition and Display, a Bristol based international leader in the design and build of exhibition stands, has made a major investment in new machinery.

The £120k investment completes Clip’s two year plan to replace of all of its printing devices and position the company at the cutting edge of digital technology.Paul Runacres

The Durst Omega 2 digital printing machine provides Clip with a high quality direct print capability.

The machine prints on paper, PVC and polypropylene as well as rigid substrates and can print surfaces of any length, up to 1600mm wide and 50mm thick.

The inks are LED cured, delivering a considerable reduction in power usage meaning it is environmentally friendly and will ensure Clip can reduce costs for their customers. The machine will also provide up to eight times more detail than the firm’s Tempo print machine did.

Paul Runacres, Sales & Marketing Director at Clip, comments: “It’s a big investment – and one that demonstrates our commitment to remain at the cutting-edge of our industry; as well as ensuring our customers receive the very highest levels of service, support and product quality.

“Not only that the investment boosts our green credentials and puts us on a path to drastically reducing our carbon footprint; and making as much of a positive difference to everybody’s environment, as we can.”

As well as streamlining the production process and speeding up turnaround times, the investment will ensure Clip can deliver an even better service to its clients and work even closer with them to reflect the company’s personality on their stand.

Once the product has been installed, Clip is arranging a series of short workshop sessions to promote the benefits of the new machinery to clients.