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Digital Factory grows with Durst

The managing director of Digital Factory has spoken out about how the company has managed to sustain growth and how he expects to double its £2m turnover by 2021.

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Managing director Cyrus Norton with the Durst Rho 312, which is central to Digital Factory’s growth strategy

This, in part, is down to wise investment in technology in the form of the Durst P10 200 and Rho 312 systems.

The Durst machines were the final stage of a £1.7m investment that supports a move to grand-format production.

Cyrus Norton explains: “Since I took over the whole company I have been looking at ways to continue this growth and decided a move to new premises would help us take a fresh approach.

Since I took over the whole company I have been looking at ways to continue this growth and decided a move to new premises would help us take a fresh approach


“I wanted to create the best possible production environment.

"We have reviewed everything from order intake and planned workflow minimising human touchpoints to the fastest and most effective production solutions. The Durst’s have been critical to that.”

Norton adds: “Already the P10 200 has doubled output and the Rho 312 is at least 65% faster.”



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