Wright Global Graphics Solutions invests $3M in equipment
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, February 13, 2014
THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Wright Global Graphics Solutions announced it has invested more than $3 million in new equipment to enable it to offer new services to its growing client base.
Dedicated to building upon its "bigger, better, faster" workflow philosophy, the company said it has purchased nine pieces of equipment, including high-end digital presses in both its Dalton, Ga., and Thomasville plants. These high-tech presses increase production capability and offer dramatic improvements in quality over the previous generations of machinery, the company said.
Wright recently introduced its customized $1.5 million eight-color Mark Andy P5 press and has now invested in the EFI VUTEk Qs3 Pro wide-format printer, which increases speed, offers an additional width capacity of up to three meters and boasts higher quality results.
The company has also added several looms that effectively increase job capacity by 30% and reduce turnaround time on its woven labels. Wright remains one of the only companies to produce woven labels in the U.S., officials said.
"One of the things that sets our company apart is our ability to embrace new technology and make investments to help our customers present their products in more dynamic ways," said Chairman Don Wright. "With this new equipment, we have the ability to offer a wide range of custom products across divisions with new value-added techniques and styles varying from high-demand, cold-foil stamping and inline screen-printing for our food and beverage packaging options, to eye-catching customizable top of bed and showroom displays for our bedding unit. Our expanded capabilities, which we plan to continue building upon, will bring customers the ultimate in graphic flexibility to help them stand out in a crowded marketplace."
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