What to Consider When Buying a New Printer for Your Small Business
Spectra Graphics launches digital business with Xerox
Cape-based Spectra Graphics has launched a new range of digital printing services with the purchase of a Xerox Color C70 printer/copier from Cape Office Machines and Bytes Document Solutions. Traditionally a latex signage and large format print business, Spectra Graphics owners Jeremy and Bridgette Andrews say the company was eager to explore new higher-volume, lower-cost printing opportunities to complement the signage business. "Until now our business focused on large-format, lower-volume products that cater for a niche market, and while we've performed very well in that regard, we've also noticed an upswing in customers asking us for more standard print products such as business cards, flyers, booklets and other stationery," says Jeremy Andrews.
Typo bolsters digital production with Xerox and XBC-IT
Typo Colour Printing Specialists, one of Johannesburg's leading commercial printing, finishing and binding companies, has significantly upgraded its digital printing capabilities with a new Xerox Versant 2100 press from Bytes Document Solutions' (BDS) authorised service partner XBC-IT. As an end-to-end print business offering a combination of litho and digital products to exacting customers, Typo wanted a more efficient digital machine with better colour matching, supporting a wider gamut of stocks and sizes at lower operating and production costs. Founded in 1934 as a small, family-run jobbing shop in Troyeville, Johanneburg, Typo has evolved into one of the most sophisticated and highly respected commercial printing, finishing and binding companies in the country.