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Treacle Factory chooses sweet trio from Josero

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Luton based design, print, and digital marketing specialist Treacle Factory helps businesses get creative with their promotional print materials. When the time came to expand what it was able to produce in-house in terms of media and size options, the company looked to Josero to help.



Jeremy Brown, director, Treacle Factory opted for the Mimaki UCJV300-160 printer/cutter, an Easymount 1600 laminator, and a BubbleFree Pro flatbed applicator table.


‘These three products go hand in hand,’ said Jeremy. ‘Mounting has been a challenge so we would generally outsource to people that would print direct to substrate, so it is great to have the ability to print on the vinyl and mount the job ourselves. We are also able to be more in control of the costs now that we are producing more of the work in-house. The three pieces of equipment are already working together as a great trio!’


Some of the funds for the new equipment investments were the result of various Covid-19 related government grants, and Jeremy explains that while quotes were obtained from a variety of suppliers, an existing relationship with Josero managing director Sarah Winterbottom played a part in clinching the decision.


‘The advice that Josero gave and the deal that it offered were fantastic,’ explained Jeremy. ‘On the day it came to be installed, it was quite a job – the team managed to get the BubbleFree table through our door, which was like a magic trick really! The process was excellent from start to finish.’


The installations of the printer/cutter, the laminator and the applicator table are already yielding positive results for Treacle Factory. Jeremy said, ‘The new kit is allowing us to produce a large amount of work that we were sending out every month and bring it in-house. We didn't previously have the capability or tools to do the work that we are now doing. At this moment I am printing tables for a hotel, which we would never have done in-house before. We can probably bring in another 50% of the work that we would normally send out, which is really great.’





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