Komfi Amiga 52 with built in stacker
Environmental awareness and professional viability are two of the watchwords in the daily running of Kingsley Print & Design, so when new equipment is purchased it has to conform to these standards. The latest machine to be installed that fulfils these criteria is a Komfi Amiga 52 thermal laminating machine.
John Vaughan, managing director, says: “We used to outsource our laminating work to several print finishers but it made commercial sense to buy a laminator in order to keep the work in-house. We have a good relationship with Adam Drummond of Duplo, and he recommended the Komfi Amiga 52 as the perfect laminator for handling the type of work that we undertake on a regular basis.”
Based in Egham, Surrey, Kingsley Print & Design was formed over 30 years ago and currently offers a wide range of services to both local businesses and larger multi-national companies. Alongside initial design & artwork, these services comprise litho, digital and large format printing (for all lengths of job runs), finishing processes that include case-bound books and brochures, die-cutting, laminating and packaging, as well as ‘special’ services such as website & database design.
Kingsley’s recruitment policy also ensures that its staff (which currently numbers 23) are highly experienced and up-to-date with all of the latest technologies, environmental legislation and regulations. This level of professionalism also ensures that customers receive the best possible service, and explains the reason why so many of the company’s clients are long standing.
Sales director Bradley Vaughan says: “We have been extremely impressed with this laminator in producing the work we used to have to send out. Having complete control of production has enabled us to provide a quicker turn around of work, and as a result this has improved our service. Overall, purchasing the Komfi Amiga 52 laminator has been a good financial decision.”