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Clays hails impact of Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S

Suffolk-based book printer Clays has paid tribute to the impact its new Fujifilm Jet Press 750S has had on business, revealing that the machine has significantly boosted production.

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Clays was the second company in the UK to invest in a Fujifilm Jet Press 750S

Installed in mid-2019, the press has been put to work on a range of jobs, with Clays processing some 50,000 orders a year for 160m books.

Ian Smith, operations director at Clays, says that the Jet Press 750S has helped to streamline its processes and also improved the quality of work.

“It can print on a wide range of substrates without us needing to use any particular coating, and from a business point of view, it brings short-run, self-colours and a wide range of pantone colours,” Smith says.

“In fact, the machine stores any colour we create for one job, so we can use it again and again and be in no doubt it will produce the same quality every time.

“The Jet Press gives us the ability to produce a wider range of short run work, more cost effectively than before.

“We understand our customers’ desire to have varied, colourful and impactful covers – so being able to produce such a wide variety of products with no make-ready, and at ever-lower run lengths, provides us with a platform to greater satisfy the needs of our customers now and in the future.”

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