BemroseBooth will quickly realise the benefits of these high-speed printing systems that offer new opportunities to help business growth in a secure environment.
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(PRWEB) September 11, 2006
BemroseBooth, already a long-term Océ partner using its digital web mail security printing systems, has bought three Océ VarioPrint 5160 machines to replace its ageing systems. It currently supplies many of the UK’s major financial institutions.
Andy Blundell, BemroseBooth’s Sales and Marketing Director said: “This is a clear message of our intent to provide continued service and commitment to our cheque book customers in the financial sector.
“The new printing technology brings significant productivity improvements to our operation in line with our company initiative into operational excellence.”
Simon Wheeler, head of Océ UK Ltd’s Commercial Division, said: “We are delighted that BemroseBooth has chosen us as a strategic partner to support its cheque book production business, which will complement the work we are already doing in other areas.”
“BemroseBooth will quickly realise the benefits of these high-speed printing systems that offer new opportunities to help business growth in a secure environment.”
The equipment being installed at the Derby headquarters can feed different base stocks from up to 12 feeder bins. Up to eight stocks can be printed with variable data and the other four can feed cover stock to ultimately deliver collated sets, ideal for cheque books with full bar-code integrity.
The installation will be completed before the end of the year and a unique development of a bespoke fully integrated in-line cutting and stacking unit – to optimise the production of cheque books – will be available in the first quarter of 2007.
Further details from Colin Harding, Grayling Public Relations,
Tel 0207 255 1100, mobile 00 44 7730 435400, or Tim Cammack, tel 01482 826343, mobile 07973 709401