Global sales success leads to significant manufacturing milestone for Domino Printing
A Cambridgeshire company and global leader in the development and manufacturing of coding, marking and printing technologies is celebrating a major milestone at its Bar Hill headquarters.
Domino Printing Sciences has just produced its 10,000th Ax-Series continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer at its Cambridge manufacturing site. The printer was first launched in 2016 and is now being used all over the world, with sister manufacturing sites in China and India.
The ground-breaking design means that the printer is suitable for the most demanding industrial coding environments, with customer applications in industries as diverse as food production, pharmaceutical packaging and electronics component manufacturing.
Carl Haycock, UK Operations Director at Domino said: “CIJ remains the coding solution of choice across many markets and industries, but with the design of the Ax-Series, we saw the opportunity to rethink three fundamental elements of the technology to deliver measurable benefits for our customers.
“This strategy has certainly reaped rewards and as we celebrate the 10,000th printer to be manufactured in our award-winning factory here in Cambridge, we look forward to further adoption of the technology across the world in the years to come.”
Domino employs 2,700 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors. Domino’s manufacturing facilities are located in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA.
Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries on 11th June 2015.
Image: Manufacturing milestone: Domino staff celebrate the production of the 10,000th Ax-Series printer at its Bar Hill headquarters.
Founded in 1978, Domino Printing Sciences plc, has established a global reputation for the continual development and manufacture of its total coding and printing technologies that meet the needs of manufacturers and sets new industry standards in quality and reliability.