RMC Digital Print grows turnover following £1m expansion

RMC new Durst printer.

RMC Digital Print has announced today that turnover has grown by 20% to over £3million in the last two years, following a £1million investment programme into expanding its factory and upgrading it with the latest machinery. 

RMC Digital Print, based in Manchester Street, Hull, specialises in supplying wide format print to trade signage, exhibition, stage and set design companies. RMC regularly provides print for the biggest high street retailers and brands. Their print work can also be spotted in some of the UK’s favourite TV shows and films.

Nicole Spencer, Operations Director at RMC Digital Print said:

“The last couple of years have certainly been our busiest and most commercially successful. We’ve invested in our factory, equipping it with the latest technology in our sector and we’ve even had to double our working space to keep up with demand.

“We don’t work with the end-user – we work exclusively for our trade clients on behalf of their clients, so it’s really important for them to be entirely confident that they are working with an experienced team they can trust to deliver on speed, quality and specialist expertise. We’re incredibly proud of the team and how we have worked together to grow the business and expand our national client portfolio. When people are walking down the high street or watching TV, many of them may not realise the artwork they see has been printed right here in Hull!”

As well as specialising in large format digital print, RMC also provides modular wayfinding services, and is one of the few companies in the UK that can offer a complete service with digital cutting and in-house finishing facilities meaning they can offer braille and tactile design work. RMC’s custom wayfinding products are used in universities, schools and hospitals throughout the UK.

Many of the team working at RMC digital are specialist graphic designers and artworkers, and several have lent their skills and creativity to regional and city initiatives such as the Bankside Gallery and the Preston Road project. Other team members have also helped to revolutionise printing methods by implementing new ideas and methods that are now an industry standard.

For more information on RMC digital print and their full range of services, please visit www.rmcdigitalprint.co.uk

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