Over 10 million pages enhanced on Scodix at TBB

Scodix – key element in elevating the quality of TBB’s designs – Mirko Brezňan

More than 10 million pages have been embellished on a Scodix Ultra digital enhancement press for Slovakian publishing printer, TBB

Scodix, the provider of digital embellishment solutions for the graphic arts industry, announced recently that more than 10 million pages have been embellished on a Scodix Ultra digital enhancement press for Slovakian Publishing Printer, TBB.

The Scodix Ultra has proven itself to be a key component of TBB’s operations for embellishing book covers, calendars and diaries. As the first digital technology that TBB has invested in, Scodix’ integration into TBB’s conventional and UV printing technologies was seamless and also a key element in elevating the quality of TBB’s designs, leading to ‘breathtaking results’ according to Mirko Brezňan, CSO and COO of TBB.

“Given the trend of shorter print runs, increasing book versioning and publishers’ battle against overstocks, Scodix has become an invaluable tool; and this applies to all Scodix enhancements,” Brezňan states, adding, “This has not only helped TBB maintain its customer base but also significantly expand its portfolio.”

Brezňan continues, “We’re also delighted with Scodix’ ongoing innovation efforts. With developments in hardware, software, and consumables, Scodix increasingly caters to universal needs while prioritizing productivity and efficiency. Notably, Scodix’ attention to environmental sustainability is commendable. These factors collectively position Scodix as an integral part of our strategy now and moving forward.”

“The intricate and eye-catching enhancements that TBB has produced on over 10 million pages is a testament to the value that Scodix technology is providing for TBB and its customers,” Mark Nixon, EVP global sales at Scodix. “This impressive milestone is a source of pride for the team here at Scodix.”

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