|Bamboo Creations bolsters productivity and secures environmental credentials with new HP Latex 800W
Family run large format print specialist Bamboo Creations has invested in a new HP Latex 800W printer to improve its productivity and further enhance its environmental credentials.
Based in Banbury in Oxfordshire, Bamboo Creations offers a range of wide format print services, specialising in events, theming and corporate companies. As well as working directly for the likes of CenterParcs, Bamboo Creations also counts Royal Ascot, Warwick Castle, The Jockey Club, Sea Life and Emirates among its end user customers through its strong partnerships with leading creative agencies Natural Green and T3.
Working with these prestigious brands means Bamboo Creations is always ensuring it delivers print to the highest quality, but is also constantly aware of its environmental impact to meet the incredibly strict criteria set by these customers.
Boasting a whole host of environmental credentials, including its GREENGUARD GOLD-certified water based inks, the HP Latex 800W fits in perfectly with Bamboo Creations’ eco-conscious approach to production, while also allowing the company to widen its service offering.
According to Bamboo Creations’ Director Emma Dixon: “We decided that it was time to upgrade our printers and enhance our capabilities, enabling greater productivity while maintaining the sustainable benefits and print quality.”
“We already had an HP printer, and its performance and quality – combined with our own high level of service and quality control – has helped us stand out from the crowd. It was critical that the new printer met our needs to enhance capability, increase speed without impacting quality and to continue to deliver against our sustainability promise.”
While the HP Latex 800W printer will offer Bamboo Creations a raft of sustainable benefits, Emma Dixon said the machine will also help to open up new markets for the company. The flexibility of the machine allows it to print onto a wider range of materials.
“We have only been running the printer for a matter of weeks, but we are already incredibly excited about the new materials we can use on the machine, which will in turn support further production in-house at our facility in Banbury,” Emma Dixon said.