It’s now business as usual at Print Bureau
Despite two catastrophic floods in less than a month the Print Bureau in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire is now back up and running, and supporting local businesses in their recovery with the help of print services provider Apogee.
With all of its print devices damaged beyond repair, the Print Bureau needed to get back into operation as soon as possible. Having identified the exact configuration the Print Bureau needed was a five colour Ricoh digital press, Apogee scoured its supply chain for the most readily available machine and fast tracked its installation at Hebden Bridge.
Mike Dumbreck (pictured), owner of Print Bureau said: “The level of service provided by Apogee has been great from the start. Within a few weeks of being hit by the floods, we were up and running again and were able to offer free banners and leaflets for local businesses who were also affected.”
He said: “Apogee quickly supplied a state-of-the-art five colour device which can print white on coloured paper stocks, this has great appeal for our customers and has opened up new avenues for local business.”
Alan Wall, production print specialist at Apogee, said: “I am pleased that we have been able to turn around the Print Bureau’s fortunes in this situation.
“We were able to work with Mike and his colleagues to get them all trained and set up on the new device very quickly, which was not just good news for the shop but for the local community as well.”