Last updateThu, 11 Aug 2022 8am

Galway printer boosts its cutting capacity with Polar 92

Irish printer KPW Printing has taken delivery of a fourth Polar guillotine, an additional machine which will largely handle the digital work that now represents 10% of the company's turnover.

The Polar 92 Pro was selected because of the reliability of the brand. Managing director Brendan Kelly says the installation went smoothly and the training was excellent.
"The Optiknife knife changing is fantastic. The operators are very happy with this new cutter which we will run on a single day shift. Having the extra capacity will make us still more efficient," says Mr Kelly.
The commercial printing house, which is based in Ballinasloe County Galway, offers B1 and B3 litho and colour and black and white digital services and it has a very strong base of life science sector customers. They represent 70% of its business and involves a lot of export work. That means that with a lot of hard work it has ridden the recession and suffered no dip in its turnover.
"We provide consistency across all aspects – quality, pricing and on time deliveries. This guillotine will help us sustain that reputation," says Mr Kelly.


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