PCP welcomed guests of MPL and RMGT to see our recently installed RMGT (Mitsubishi) 1050 Tandem Perfector press.


By Emma posted November 1st, 2017

Yesterday PCP welcomed guests of MPL and RMGT to see our recently installed RMGT (Mitsubishi) 1050 Tandem Perfector press. MPL is a trusted UK agent for RMGT and the event was a great opportunity for PCP to showcase the press in operation.

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27 guests arrived at PCP after spending the day at IPEX 17 where they took a tour of the plant paying particular attention to the Tandem Perfector press installed in July this year. The visit was arranged to cement the already strong relationship between RMGT and PCP. It was also a demonstration of PCP’s firm commitment to investing in the future of the print industry.

Alex Evans, Managing Director said

“The visit was arranged to showcase the new sheet fed press, highlight the strong working partnership between RMGT and PCP and reinforce our ongoing commitment to investment. All of our guests had the opportunity to see the new sheet fed press in operation and talk to the press crews as well as the technical team from MPL. It provided great insight for our visitors and reinforced our close working partnership. This was followed by a site visit across the rest of our 13 acre plant which houses our Heidelberg SM10P sheet fed machine, Komori and Manroland web presses.”

Mark Stribley, Joint Managing Director of MPL said

“We are hugely grateful to the team at PCP for taking the time out of their busy schedules to showcase not only the new press but the entire plant. The international visitors were impressed with the scale of the operation and the professionalism demonstrated by all staff members. The successful event is a testament to the extra PCP employ as standard.

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