Campaign invests in inkjet printing solution by Screen

Campaign is further expanding its direct mailing skills, announcing its investment in an inkjet printing solution from Screen. The new machinery has been in use at the Gütersloh site since August.

Campaign’s headquarters in Gütersloh specialises in printing direct mail and transaction documents, and successfully serves a number of international companies. Because of this, it was merely a matter of time until the fleet of machinery would be expanded. Before the current decision in favour of the Truepress Jet520ZZ by Screen was settled upon, numerous other inkjet print solutions were investigated. Among other factors, this involved compatibility with software applications and substrates. After months of testing, the inkjet printing machine by Screen was at the top of the list: “The print quality combined with Screen’s extensive knowledge of colour convinced us that Screen would be the right partner for our ever-increasing orders for print runs,” explains Detlef Kuntze, Head of Production for Mail & Document Solutions at Campaign. Those arguments aside, the inkjet machine’s consistency of colour, user-friendliness and reliability were also deciding factors.

The machine was installed after the drupa trade fair in Düsseldorf ended on 3 July 2016. The Truepress  Jet520ZZ will perfect the coordination process that takes place between Campaign and its clients. “The Equios workflow software provides unbeatable tools to determine the optimum combination of CMYK and the best possible alignment with our customers’ brand colours,” explains Kuntze further. The speed offered by the fastest of Screen’s printing machines also opens up entirely new production opportunities: “This high-speed printing machine can turn out 2,000 A4 sheets a minute,” says Tim Taylor, Vice President of Solutions & Technology at Screen. “Screen is so pleased about collaborating with one of the most well-respected German companies in the industry and will further intensify this cooperation by continuing to develop its inkjet technology over the coming years,” added Taylor.