Visual Print & Design invests £30k in new machinery to meet client demand

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Lincolnshire-based print and design company, Visual Print & Design has invested £30,000 in a new UV print machine to help meet demand for fast and low volume printed products such as pens, notebooks, phone accessories and USBs.

Customers looking for branded promotional merchandise, in low quantities and printed and delivered in under 48 hours can now order these from the Lincolnshire-based business.

The new Mutoh 626UF was delivered this week and is already printing a range of products for existing customers. This investment follows the successful launch of a new e-commerce website in July 2018, which enables customers to order promotional merchandise at the click of a button.

The online platform features over 750 print and promotional products, including a new ‘British made’ category showcasing products manufactured in the UK, and a ‘Eco’ category selling products that have a minimal impact on the environment.

This latest investment is a commitment by Visual Print and Design to supporting manufacturing in Lincolnshire, increasing jobs in the county and supporting existing and new clients with their marketing and their demand for fast, affordable promotional merchandise.

Graham Hunstone, Managing Director said: “We have been overwhelmed with the demand for branded promotional print products since launching the online shop over eight months ago.

“We want to continue to exceed customer demands and expectations by offering a faster turnaround on many of our products and helping businesses who only want to order smaller quantities on a tight budget, and the way to do this was to bring the production of some of our most popular products in house.”

From next month, Visual Print and Design will also be doubling its floor space, taking over the entire building they currently reside in at Checkpoint Court in Lincoln. Customers will be able to drop in, have a coffee, browse the product range and even grab a branded printed sample while they wait.