Midland Regional Printers invest in a new digital label printing press.

Midland Regional Printers invest in a new digital label printing press.

Midland Regional Printers Limited, an East Midlands packaging business, founded in 1969, has invested in a new digital label printing press. The award-winning label printing manufacturer plans to accelerate their presence to the printed label sector with this new state of the art machine.

Love Business met with MRP’s two Sales Directors Catherine Tew and Matthew Seaford to discuss the new addition to their printworks.

We’ve been researching new digital label machines for some time now, meeting with all the major machine manufacturers” commented Catherine “the quality of the print was critical for us, we needed to ensure the press we committed to is well suited to the broad range of industries MRP currently supply from chemicals to high end cosmetics. We are all very impressed with the quality, performance and technology from the Mark Andy Pro machine and it’s surpassed our expectations.

Midland Regional Printers located in Nottingham, is already a well-established label printing company with several flexographic label printing presses, that continue to operate for their volume orders. The additional digital press will continue to expand their services options to further manufacturers through the UK.

Sales Director, Matt Seaford said;

It’s all about producing the best quality labels at the most cost-effective price. This new press benefits our clients with the flexibility to equip their needs and we hope to widen our reach to attract new business and to open doors. Brands are already showing a keen interest and love the reduced lead-times and superb quality.

The family owned business, who manufactures and distributors packaging to a range of UK and international market sectors expansion is to ensure the local company stays competitive not only safeguarding existing employees roles, but also expands to grow the employment opportunities for the local community.


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