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OBrien Print invests in Intec printer

Thursday, November 01, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

One of Ireland's leading diary and calendar producers has invested in an Intec for its heavy stock printing. OBrien Printing Dublin has taken delivery of Ireland's first Intec DMP450 supplied and fitted by Digital Print Business in Dublin. With its sophisticated heavy-duty
multi-substrate feeder and stacker the Intec DMP450 can print as much as 25kgs of media up to 600gsm/600micron thick.

"The versatility of the Intec and its ability to print not only on heavy media but on envelopes will complement our other digital print technologies," says Managing Director Dermot O Brien. "The Intec DMP450 with it's heavy duty feeder and stacker system will enhance our products and
services to our general print customers."

Me and my machine:
Read more case studies at www.intecprinters.com Paul Hopkins from Digital Print Business adds: "We are extremely happy and proud of the progress we have made with the Intec brand in Ireland. We have made multiple installations during 2012 and have already received preorders for 2013."

OBrien Printing is best known as the publishers, printers and binders of OBrien Diaries - an extensive and long established range of pocket and desk diaries and calendars. These diaries and calendars are produced for Irish and international corporate clients and distributed to the retail sector in Ireland and various destinations throughout the world. All production work is carried out at OBrien's modern production facility in Ballyfermot, West Dublin.


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