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Leading UK tile manufacturer, Johnson Tiles, has invested £650k in two new inkjet machines for its factory in Stoke-on-Trent.
To support the manufacture of its ceramic wall tiles, the British firm – established in 1901 – has made the considerable investment to enhance its existing processes.
The new machines guarantee faster production, making Johnson Tiles able to produce a world-class small format product portfolio more efficiently than anyone else globally.
Inkjet technology also combats many of the issues associated with traditional contact printing, most notably, helping to cut down on the volume of tile breakages.
This supports a more cost-effective manufacturing process due to the generation of less waste. Also, thanks to a higher resolution print, inkjet also offers greater creative scope and design versatility.
Ultimately, the investment benefits all stakeholders involved, from the customer to the environment.
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