Monday, April 12, 2010

News: Rosehill Press invest in Rotherham facility


Rotherham print firm, Rosehill Press has invested in their Rotherham facility by commissioning a new five colour press.

The new Speedmaster SM 74-5+L from Heidelberg will be commissioned next month at the company's 26,500 sq ft factory in Templeborough. This will give sufficient space for the high productivity that will be realised with the high pile SM 74-5.

With 50 staff, the company has a bullish approach to expansion by being passionate about service. The new press will fit into the current shift patterns, which will extend as capacity dictates.

Established in 1985 by ex-miner Martin Horner who is still the Managing Director, the company began life operating with one single colour press and a guillotine in rented premises above a shop opposite Rosehill Park in Rotherham.

In 1999, they moved to Bradmarsh Business Park taking the plunge and investing in the purchase of land and having a "tailor made" unit built. This enabled further investment in all aspects of the company from the studio through to print and various finishing equipment, all aimed at making the process of delivering quality print more efficient and cost effective. This also provided the opportunity to branch out into colour print with the purchase of new equipment.

Christian Chadwick, production director at Rosehill Press commented on the recent investment: "This press is the next step of a new era for Rosehill. The investment over the past 18 months has enabled us to move forward with confidence, and continue to give our customers the service they deserve."

Rosehill Press website



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