Traffic came to a halt recently in Shoreham, near Brighton, when a printing press arrived at the works of Design and Print. Imported from Germany, the 21,000 Koenig and Bauer Rapida twocolour offsetlitho rotary press weighed five and a half tons. The machine was acquired to meet the growing demand for high quality full colour sales brochures and other printing requirements from both industry and commerce. The company hope that the new machine will boost its turnover to 250,000 a year. The Design and Print DAP company is a whollyowned subsidiary of Evershed & Son Ltd, a food distribution group centred in Shoreham. There are 35 employees, 25 engaged in production and ten in management and administration. DAP was acquired by the Evershed Group in 1940, mainly to satisfy its own printing requirements, eg simple letterpress, pointofsale leaflets, posters and price lists. Today, apart from the twocolour Koenig and Bauer, they have a number of Heidelberg presses and, with artist facilities inhouse, DAP can offer a wide range of highclass colour work,mainly in the small booklet, brochure and house magazine market.
Industrial and Commercial Training – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1974
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