Myprint Partners commercial printing firm invest

10th October 2017

Sheffield based printers, Myprint Partners have been making further investment in up-to-date machinery to continually drive a first-class service for their customers.

The new Horizon CRF-362 automatically creases and folds quickly and precisely saving time and increasing capacity. This machine will accurately crease and fold a variety of printed items such as restaurant menus, book covers and marketing collateral on a wide range of light and heavy weight stocks, coated or uncoated. The new i-Mark Automatic Die Cutter produces specially cut out literature, packaging, stickers and business cards, and is ideal for one off mock ups. Last but not least they've also purchased a new Shrink Wrapper and are able to wrap business cards and other items up to A3 size. This little beauty is ideal for shrink wrapping collated packs, making them easier to distribute. Business director Richard Green comments 'We want to continually invest in the business not only to ensure we remain efficient, but also to be able to continually offer guaranteed delivery and quality to our customers which we know is extremely important to them. We can do this by managing as much of the printing and finishing in house as possible.' Myprint Partners will be exhibiting at the Connect Sheffield Conference and Exhibition on the 18th October - pop along and meet the team for an informal chat. For more information on Myprint Partners and to see some of the machinery in action on their blog visit

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