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Pulse moves to new plant



Published March 13, 2012
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Pulse Roll Label Products has announced its move to a new, larger manufacturing plant in Yate, Bristol, UK. According to the company, the new 27,000 square meter plant will provide the necessary space to meet increasing international demand for the company’s products and incorporate the latest technologies for manufacturing and research and development.

“We believe that helping our customers to be successful is the best way to ensure our success, and the new plant will help us to achieve this," says Pulse Roll Label Products Managing Director Gary Seward. "Our manufacturing operation will be completely re-vamped and streamlined with dedicated, color-coded bays to house the manufacture of different narrow web label and packaging ink and coating formulations. The new plant will house everything under one roof and also gives us the opportunity to start from scratch and put in place lean manufacturing practices that will ultimately benefit both ourselves and our customers.”

Relocation from the company’s nearby 5,000 square meter facility in Yate is expected to be completed by the end of June 2012, by which time it is anticipated that all staff and existing equipment will be in place at the new plant.

“We are targeting new markets and expanding to a more international role,” adds Seward. “The new plant will enable us to add new technologies in ink manufacturing as and when we need to and provide our growing customer base with the printing and converting solutions they need in a constantly changing market sector.”


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