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Cora Graphics expands into new markets

Cora Graphics expands into new markets
Glasgow-based sign and print business Cora Graphics has revealed how its investment in a new Ricoh Pro L5160e latex large-format printer in April 2021 has enabled it to expand into a number of profitable new markets.

Cora Graphics only opened its doors in December 2020, but, thanks to its purchase of the Ricoh machine, it enjoyed an incredibly successful first year that saw it expand outside of its initial focus areas and into new sectors.

Cora Graphics first focused on engraving work, but with the Ricoh Pro L5160e having started running just four months after the company launched, it has now established itself as a provider of a range of printing and related services. From exhibition graphics and site safety signage, to floor graphics, the Ricoh Pro L5160e has been hard at work in recent months, playing a key role in the early growth at Cora Graphics.

Cora Graphics Director, Declan McNeil explained: “The main reason we went with Ricoh was that we had prior knowledge of and familiarity with Ricoh printers and products from our previous employment. We felt continuity was important, and as starting a new business already held so many challenges, we thought that we should reduce the stress of that one area by choosing something we already knew.

“The variety and volume of work the printer can get through and the speed in which it prints allow us to take on many projects at one time without having to compromise on the quality of the end product. This means we can keep customers happy and meet any deadlines we are faced with, which will hopefully lead to more opportunities as people pass our information on to others.”

One market that has proved particularly successful for Cora Graphics is vehicle wrapping, and the company has taken on a number of interesting and creative van wrap jobs, all of which have been printed on the Ricoh Pro L5160e.

McNeil continued: “The Ricoh printer has allowed us to take on van wrapping projects as the latex ink, combined with the media and laminate, creates a high-quality solution that is quicker and easier to apply than graphics created on solvent ink and UV printers. It has been an excellent purchase and we are happy with the machine.”

 For further information on Cora Graphics, visit: www.coragraphics.co.uk

 For further information on Ricoh printers, visit: www.ricoh.co.uk

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