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One of Kelowna’s most successful marketing agencies has announced a $500,000 investment in a new print shop.
Csek Creative has acquired 4,750 square feet of space on Leckie Road to launch its new division, Csek Print and Signage.
The facility will house state-of-the-art equipment – including a printer that has never before been installed in B.C. – that allows the company to offer a greater range of print services.
“We are excited to complete the circle of excellence in quality and service,” Nikki Csek, CEO of Csek Creative, said.
“Now we can manage the delivery of an exceptional piece of work from concept to completion.”
Discussing the new equipment, Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) CEO Chris Dewart said Csek Creative is now “poised to bring new value to their customers”.
He added: “Our AccurioPress C6085 model is perfectly positioned to deliver best in class print quality with unique finishing options, while our wide format EFI H1625 – the first installed in BC – will allow Csek Creative to expand their burgeoning signage business.”
Csek Creative partner Rob Cupello, meanwhile, said the new technology will allow the firm to “deliver more customized print solutions without having to go out of market.”
He added: “We are really excited about the new EFI flatbed with LED technology, which will allow us to print on pretty much any material in a timely and efficient manner.
“The flatbed can handle everything from printing on a door, glass, promotional items like hockey pucks, vinyl or traditional real estate signs.”
The company is also hosting tours of their new print shop on Thursday, March 21.
Head down to Unit 103 – 2293 Leckie Road between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to check it out.
Csek Creative is the parent company of KelownaNow.
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