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Driving Business Through Binding with Renz

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Cannock, Staffordshire based KJB UK Ltd has recently taken delivery of a range of equipment from Renz UK. This includes a Renz Punch 500 and a Mobi 500, which has helped to improve the company’s product range and to drive new business opportunities.

Steve Egerton, Commercial Director of KJB, commented: ‘We have gone through a period of change in our business. We have been investing in digital technology and have installed several Xerox devices through the last year. Having looked at the changes in print technology, we then looked at updating our finishing department.’

This includes buying a number of finishing devices including the Renz equipment.

Steve is very happy with the Renz machines, saying: ‘They have really improved our product range. 

‘Before we were outsourcing our wiro binding but it wasn’t very efficient, especially with the move to digital. So, we looked at the cost and logistics and decided to bring it in-house – and it has just grown and grown.’

For KJB it is the productivity and high quality results from the Punch 500 and Mobi 500 that have helped it to win new business. Currently the company is producing anything from a single wiro bound document to runs of many thousands.

‘The growth on the wiro binder has been phenomenal,’ said Steve. ‘The operators love the machine and they are very easy to use.’

He concluded, ‘Renz service is also first rate. It understands our business and the requirements of a finishing department.

‘Renz is a ‘partner’ not a ‘supplier’. It is responsive, here to support, and nothing is too much trouble.’

 

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