Select Page is primed to deliver is primed to deliver is looking forward to expanding its product line and reaching new customers in 2020, following the installation of a third HP digital printer in 2019.

A new HP Latex R2000 was installed at’s Northumberland premises in July by HP supplier Papergraphics, to further complement its fleet of digital presses, all of which are key to its ever-expanding range of printed products, which range from business cards through to leaflets, bound and stapled brochures, posters and display boards, wedding stationery, and everything in between.

David Duncan, Production Director at explained: “We have a very broad range of customers, including small home-based businesses, established chains and much larger corporate organisations, all of which service a wide variety of industry sectors.” also offers a growing selection of wide format products, which is why it chose the HP Latex R2000, a hybrid printer that is ideal for direct-printing onto a range of rigid and flexible materials. The company initially saw it in action at FESPA, before conducting extensive tests on a demonstration model in the UK prior to making the final investment decision.

David Duncan continued: “Having spent a significant amount of time reviewing the equipment available we chose the R2000 because it delivered what we believed to be the best quality output available. Print speeds are impressive and fit the profile of our workflow, while the colour consistency across the range of products we produce is excellent. Furthrmore, the press has an effective front end for job layout and management and, best of all it was very competitively priced!”

He added: “Printing white ink is always a challenge on any device but the R2000 is producing some exceptionally high-quality results for us. That coupled with the sheer flexibility of the press makes it an ideal addition to our business. It has improved our efficiency and increased capacity in our large format department.”

The HP Latex R2000 is used to produce all’s large format rigid board work on Foamex, foam core, Corex, 2mm card, Dibond and acrylic, but Duncan confided: “We don’t intend to stop there as we believe there are nww many more substrates that we can add to our range.”’s tagline is ‘Your Print, Your Way’ – an approach it intends to continue into 2020 with new products and the re-platforming and deployment of its on-demand print API, which will enable businesses to connect directly with to create a full end-to-end solution.

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