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FLEXO Magazine : August 2011
www.flexography.org august 2011 FLEXO 79 ing the operational dynamics of the company, according to Mick Shooter, operations director. “Lean manufactur- ing principles sit well with our business philosophy here!” BRAND, PRINTER INTEGRITY Originally known as Fisher Clark, Norprint is now part of the Magnadata Group. The single operation accounts for 50 percent—£20 million—of collec- tive annual group revenues of £40 mil- lion. “Quality is paramount at Norprint,” as it clearly states on the corporate web page. “Continual assessment, training and accreditation include ISO 9001: 2008 and British Retail Consortium / IOP, a food contact standard for food packaging and other packaging materi- als.” It was the first U.K. label printer to achieve BS5000 accreditation. Norprint says its team of 200+ “ exceptional employees” focuses on a variety of market sectors including food, retail, security, manufacturing and the chemical industry. They support leading multi-national companies and their highly recognized brands. Counted among prestigious clients are: ARCA, Toshiba, Tec, SATO, Microsoft, Cisco, HP, Oracle, EMC, Coca-Cola, Land Rover, Tesco, George, Asda, GSK and many more. Management makes the following pledge and places it on the Internet for all to see. “ We set out to offer organiza- tions the highest standards, supported by an ethos of technical expertise, continual improvement and a versatil- ity that ensures the best fit to specific labeling needs....Even after millions of labels, customers will enjoy a consistent purchasing experience.” That, in turn, is purported to help to recoup invest- ment in product, brand and packaging development. This printer touts its ability to utilize a range of print processes and dozens of presses to ensure what it describes as, “lightning quick turnaround, without any compromises in quality or finish- ing.” It espouses the belief that, “The success of your brand and its promo- tions depends on the integrity of your label printer.” It promotes modern computer-to-plate technology, high level reprographics expertise and in-plant prepress abilities, then it promises both Norprint is the largest single site unit in the u.K. , with 30+ presses on site and 24 hour production availability. It can produce to any capacity. It sets out to offer organizations the highest standards, supported by an ethos of technical expertise, continual improvement and a versatility that ensures the best fit to their labelling needs.