Uxbridge, UK, 13 October 2010, -- Caine Douglas Design and Print, the Nottingham-based graphic arts business, has strengthened its wide format offering thanks to the introduction of a new Xerox 8264E Colour Wide Format Printer.  In a deal won by Xerox partner, KRCS, the new Xerox wide format machine will help boost Caine Douglas’s wide format capabilities in order to accommodate this growing part of the business.
The new Xerox 8264E Colour Wide Format Printer will deliver better quality and faster turnarounds of both indoor and outdoor applications for Caine Douglas trade customers.  The Xerox 8264E Colour Wide Format Printer will work alongside an existing Xerox Wide Format printer to deliver posters, signage, and point of sales materials as well as producing bespoke window blinds for Caine Douglas’s growing consumer business, Creativelydifferentblinds.com.
Steve Douglas, managing director of Caine Douglas said, “At Caine Douglas, we look to maximise the capabilities of our machines, including wide format, by looking to introduce new applications – such as the printing of branded blinds. These efforts have fed our continued growth and took our wide format machines to maximum capacity.  The company’s long-standing relationship with KRCS meant they were able to recommend a scalable Xerox wide format print device that could turnaround print jobs quicker and to a better quality.”
Peter Taylor, director and general manager, Large Enterprise & Graphic Communications, Xerox UK, added, “Wide format is not just about printing the big poster or sign anymore. As we’ve seen through Caine Douglas, there are more and more opportunities to develop applications through wide format, which will aid business growth. Through a consultation with KRCS, Caine Douglas now has access to a Xerox wide format device that can deliver a variety of colour indoor and outdoor applications in one cost-effective solution.”

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