Monday, January 5, 2009

One for our team: Cloc spends 'half a million' on digital kit to meet demand


Cloc is targeting a 3m turnover after investing in a quartet of Xerox digital machines to help serve its burgeoning educational client base.

The commercial printer, which has its main facilities in London and Southampton, has outlaid 'around half a million pounds' on DocuColor 242, DocuColor 8000AP and mono Nuvera 288 and 4112 machines.

It opted for the new digital presses to complete work for its customer base, 90% of which operate in the educational sectors.

Cloc's DocuColor 242 and Xerox 4112 will run from the company's site at Southampton's University of Solent, where it produces on-demand educational books and collateral for many of the university's bodies.

Longer-run work comes back to the London facility, which houses the Nuvera 288 and DocuColor 8000AP, among other digital and litho kit.
Is this happening anywhere in the States?

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