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George Street Press has signs deal to purchase a Tharstern Primo MIS system

Monday, May 24, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Based in Stafford for over 40 years, George Street Press has over 20 employees. The company offers a comprehensive commercial litho and digital print service to its expanding customer base across the UK. Their B2 litho offering, currently centred upon a Roland 300 will be significantly strengthened by the arrival of a new Heidelberg Speedmaster 74, which will be installed this month.

The company has ordered a Tharstern Primo 10 user MIS system with a commercial and production bundle containing Shopfloor Data Capture.

George Street Press production manager, Mark Britton said: "We chose Tharstern's Primo system because we firmly believe that it is the best option in the market. It fits our business needs perfectly. Its powerful scheduling and multi user capabilities will optimise our resources and enhance our efficiency. We are attracted by the exciting new developments that Tharstern continue to introduce especially as future upgrades are readily available to Primo users." Tony Watson, managing director at George Street Press, stated: "We are proud to have recently achieved ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 accreditation. Tharstern's Print Passport software, which includes shop floor capture, will play an important role in achieving and monitoring quality assurance."

Abdul Kassas, Tharstern's sales director said: "We are really pleased to have struck this deal with George Street Press. The launch of Primo has proved to be very popular at IPEX. Our stand has been extremely busy every day and we have been inundated with orders and enquiries for our latest version of Tharstern MIS software."




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