KCS Launch Digital Print Shop In Launceston


KCS Trade Print officially went digital as it opened the doors to its new digital print room on Friday, offering full colour digital print and wide format print.The launch on Friday saw business leaders from across the South West visit KCS.  Tim Jones, Chairman of the Devon & Cornwall Business Council cut the ribbon and said, “There has been a lot of business gloom and doom recently.  KCS are a real success story in Cornwall.  They are constantly reinventing their business and keeping their eyes on innovative markets.  Their web to print solutions for business would make a major impact on keeping stationery costs low coupled with real flexibility – and be good for the environment too.”

Truro & St Austell MP, Matthew Taylor also dropped in to see the new state of the art Xerox 5000 Docucolour digital press and the Mimaki wide format presses.

Terrye Teverson, Managing Director said, “We wanted to offer high quality print services direct to local people.  If you want full colour leaflets, and if you would like them personalised, KCS Digital is the place to come.  Our Mimaki wide format printers will run brilliant banners, pop up stands and even window signs.  Or if an operations manual or booklet is required – we’re the place to go. Businesses will be able to buy their print via access to templates on their office computer screens. An on-line stationery cupboard. Quick, direct and very flexible.”

Personalised print was just one of the marketing opportunities on show as visitors were given a demonstration of how print could be tailored to individual customer’s tastes and needs almost instantaneously. Printed marketing material can now be designed, personalised and ordered, via the web, without the client even having to leave their office.

Visitors to the site were also shown how the other forms of print that KCS Digital produce are created. Wide format posters with outstand visual quality, brochures and outdoor banners as well as leaflets, letterheads and business cards were all printed in front of a captive audience.

Having been a producer of business forms for the printing trade for over 20 years, KCS moved into their environmentally friendly purpose-built factory in 2005. This latest development is seen as another great leap forward for the Launceston-based company.

Gordon Leer, Business Development Director concluded, “KCS Digital is now open for business and we are very excited by this new direction for KCS.”

Anyone interested in what KCS offer should contact Steve Robbins on 01566 773696 or email steve@kcsprint.co.uk.

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