Triple Fujifilm investment by La Digital

Triple Fujifilm investment by La Digital

Located in Girona, in north-east Spain, La Digital serves a huge range of customers, including graphic design agencies, interior decorators and sign-makers, throughout the country and in southern France.

Having worked over the years with water-based inks, eco-solvent and latex, La Digital Impser now sees UV and LED UV inks as the technology that best meets the needs of its customers in terms of performance and quality, leading it to make a triple Fujifilm inkjet investment in early 2017, investing in the ultra-high productivity Acuity F flatbed, the Acuity LED 3200R roll-to-roll printer, and the creative and versatile Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid.

“Our clients aren’t interested in the technology we use to create their work,” says Jordi Presas, screen production director at La Digital Impser. “But they are interested in the quality of the finished product and the speed with which it is delivered. They trust our judgement to select the best process to deliver them what they need. What sets us apart is our ability to guide our clients and make detailed recommendations for them and, of course, the speed and flexibility with which we can deliver a high-quality, finished product.”

Robert González, digital production director of La Digital Impser, cites the quality and productivity of the Fujifilm Acuity printers as the key reason that appealed to him and his team. “In the case of the Acuity F,” he explains, “its productivity of up to 155m2 per hour allowed us to slash delivery times.

“Overall, the investment has allowed us to reduce costs, increase productivity and improve the quality of the finished products and the speed with which we can deliver to customers. Products that used to take between two and three days to complete can now be produced in a single morning.

“Equally important in the investment decision was the support that Fujifilm was able to offer. From the start they have felt very much like partners in our business and even now, a year on from the installation, they remain attentive and quick to assist on the rare occasions that there is a problem with one of the machines.”

Says Joan Casas, manager, Fujifilm Graphic Systems Spain: “La Digital Impser is a company focused on delivering the absolute best to its customers. We are delighted that they have chosen to partner with Fujifilm as they grow their digital print capability and we are also delighted that they have recognised the huge potential of the Fujifilm Acuity range to boost productivity and quality. We look forward to helping them to grow their business in the coming years.”

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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