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Finishing

Just Digital reaches new heights with Duplo

Print specialist Just Digital Ltd is enjoying rapid expansion with a significant boost in turnover and a move to much larger, purpose-built premises, and is celebrating with a substantial investment in a host of new finishing equipment from Duplo.

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Just Digital Ltd has relocated to much larger premises, and has invested in a significant amount of Duplo finishing equipment

The company’s haul includes five Duplo 5000 PRO bookletmaking systems, a KB-400 binder and an Ideal guillotine. There will be plenty of room for all the new equipment at the firm’s modern Huntingdon site, which sees Just Digital move from 6,000 to 43,000 sq ft offices and production facilities.


Just digital managing director Adam Hill comments: “Ensuring continuous, excellent quality production of time-critical materials in a short time-frame is everything to our business. Duplo has given us that, as well as outstanding back-up.

Customer service is an easy thing to say, but not so easy to deliver – Duplo makes it happen and provides real customer engagement

“Customer service is an easy thing to say, but not so easy to deliver – Duplo makes it happen and provides real customer engagement. Our staff have really taken to the Duplo systems because they produce fantastic quality products, as well as being so simple to use and are fully automated.”

Just Digital, which counts Mercedes-Benz, the NHS, and Anglian Water among its clients, has increased its turnover by 25 percent to £6.5m this year, and is currently recruiting to increase its 110-strong workforce.


Managing director of Duplo UK Peter Jolly adds: “Just Digital is another prime example of a company seeing the benefits of our fully automated, precision systems that are at the heart of our business.

“We continue to work with our customers through specific engagement initiatives and are making further investments in servicing and training, as well as wider initiatives for the future prosperity of our industry.”



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