Spectra report huge demand for decoration services
Spectra Packaging has recently reported overwhelming demand for their innovative decoration services.
According to Managing Director Joe Maynard, the company's print department has been working double shifts in order to satisfy record demand for Spectra's highly creative decorative techniques.
Joe commented, "In the past few weeks we have seen significant uptake for a number of our decoration offerings. As we continue to develop groundbreaking print technologies, many Spectra customers are taking advantage of the latest techniques we can offer in order to give their products a genuinely distinctive point of difference".
Spectra boast an impressive list of leading brand customers including the likes of Liz Earle, ESPA, John Frieda and Trevor Sorbie, all of whom have embraced Spectra's latest print services. Amongst these offerings are Spectra's revolutionary seamless 360 degree circumference printing and their high build varnishing that offers a raised embossed finish.
Joe added, "Spectra are proud to work with some of the leading high street brands. Designing, tooling or supplying containers for such famous names is testament to our capabilities as a packaging partner. However, giving their products a leading edge innovative print finish is vital in helping them maintain their prominent market positioning".
Spectra's in-house print department, which benefits from the latest state of the art machinery, some of which is custom built by the company's expert technicians and engineers, is currently working extended shifts in order to ensure the best lead times for customers.
As Spectra continues to grow across all departments, commitments have been made for further investment which will see new decoration machinery installed at the companies bespoke Suffolk manufacturing plant. The company are already in the process of building a new foil blocking machine which will enable increased output whilst satisfying current customer demand.
Joe concluded, "We firmly believe packaging can succeed or fail with inferior print finishing. That's why we have made enormous efforts to offer our customers a combination of innovative ways to bring their packaging to life, offering a truly desirable decorative solution".