Next invests after 35 per cent growth

Sydney firm Next Print has installed a new digital production printer and employed extra staff on the back of 35 per cent growth in the past three years.

Owner Alex Rae says the speed, flexibility and versatility of the Fuji Xerox Versant 2100 will support the Castle Hill printer’s growing workload and offer new features and better value to clients.

“It is really hard to be loud about yourself. But we have been growing by 15 per cent every year for the last three years,” he says.

“The saying normally goes something like, you can only be good at one or two things, but I believe we are good at all three. We offer good prices, deliver good quality and are always on time.”

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Rae says he is naturally a ‘hands on person’ and that has helped the business grow and attract new customers, now having a turnover of $1.3m.

“My business partner Andy Bellchambers and I make a good combination but as we were growing we needed to hire a new person, who will take over my job of operating the machines,” he says.

“This leaves me to chase new businesses and marketing to further grow our business.”

Next Print also offers a range of finishing, in-house celloglazing dye-cutting, account management, single source supply, graphic art, fulfilment, warehouse and distribution promotional products, DM and photography.

It runs a Fuji Xerox J75 with an inline booklet maker in addition to the new Versant 2100.

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