Terry Cooper Services reaffirms CP Bourg agreement
Print finishing equipment specialist Terry Cooper Services (TCS) has agreed full UK wide dealership rights with CP Bourg.
CP Bourg designs and manufactures print finishing equipment for traditional graphic arts and digital print. It has developed key relationships with HP Indigo, Kodak, Oce, Canon, Ricoh and Xerox.
Under the new agreement TCS will sell, install and support CP Bourg’s complete portfolio throughout the UK.
CP Bourg’s comprehensive offering ranges from in line perfect binding solutions such as the BB3202 PUR-C and the CP Bourg Sheet Preparation (BSP) scalable sheet preparation module for intervention free bookletmaking and binding, to the Bourg BB3102 perfect binding system idea for short run and on-demand production.
Dean Stayne, TCS director, stated: ‘We are delighted to once again be the sole representative for the complete CP Bourg portfolio. The well built, easy to use and fast to set up systems are a welcome addition to any busy post press environment, large or small. There is a solution for all sectors, set ups and workloads.’
TCS was the main UK dealer for CP Bourg for more than 10 years until 2014. For the past five years it has reliably and responsively provided spares and servicing.
Sacha-Vittorio Paolucci CP Bourg’s commercial director, commented: ‘We are looking forward to TCS once again supporting the sale of our solutions throughout the UK. The process will be seamless as the team are already working with the majority of our existing customers. They are also highly knowledgeable in the systems and how they support hardworking production print environments to maximise efficiencies. This will enable new customers to feel fully supported from day one.’
Dean added, ‘CP Bourg continuously innovates its portfolio and recently showcased its latest developments at an open house in Belgium. We invited some key customers to visit and learn more about how, with the right addition, they can elevate their operational capabilities and boost their profitability.’