Don-Bur’s Sapphire Graphics division are pleased to announce a relocation and expansion. The Staffordshire based company’s move arose primarily as a result of a need for additional space to cater for the increase in demand. The new site is now located next to Don-Bur’s Sapphire Curtains division on Clarence Road, Longton, which enables rapid transfer of curtains to and from the Sapphire Graphics division; ultimately speeding up the process of livery production and application.
Sapphire Graphics ReceptionWith a larger conference room and individual offices for all employees, Sapphire Graphics now meets their goal of achieving a customer focussed operation by providing a cleaner, more open environment and a greater capacity for clientele.
Formed in 1988, Sapphire Graphics specialises in the production of all types of commercial vehicle livery, from simple machine-cut decals to complex full-colour print reprographics. They are also proud to retain traditional skills such as signwriting. Housing the latest MAC operating systems, the in-house graphic design department can either reproduce artwork to specification or create entirely new artwork to any brief; a common request as most operators neither have their own designers nor contract out this type of work.
Sapphire Graphics ReceptionThe 8-colour process inkjet printers can run at 1,440 dpi and use both colourfast inks and a heat-baked clearcoat film which protects imagery against wear and tear.
Written by: Richard Owens
Published by: Don-Bur