Pineapple Graphics Ltd (one of our overseas clients, based in Cyprus) provided us with various specifications and designs for 7 restaurants to supply 8 menus in total for Parklane, a luxury collection Resort and Spa in Limassol.

These menus were very diverse in style ranging from a classic re-cycled leather through printed Corvon to a fully embossed cover.  One of the most complex large blocks ever used.

We were asked for a very tight 8 week lead time to meet the re launch date of the beginning of March 2019.


8 x Menus (various sizes and print processes) / Foiling / Blind Embossing

Four colour Litho Print / Paper over board / Screen Printing

Finished with various high standard menu fixings to the insides.


Merseyside based LT Print Group has invested in a Horizon SPF-200L bookletmaker from Intelligent Finishing Systems. Purchased to handle growing digital print volumes, the new machine joins a Horizon SPF-200A bookletmaker and a Foliant Taurus 530SF laminator.

The highly automated, 4500bph, SPF-200L incorporates the ability to feed A4 landscape sheets up to 640mm in length. The JDF-ready system offers rapid set-ups via a large icon-based colour touchscreen. The screen can be used for on-the-run fine tuning adjustments as well as the storage and recall of up to 200 jobs.

‘We are always looking at investment which will increase our productivity and improve our customer service,’ commented operations director Keith Goodridge. ‘Over the last five years our digital volumes have doubled whilst there is still a large demand for high quality full colour litho work from our customer base.

‘Our customers are always looking for the shortest available turnaround times for both litho and digital work, which drove the need for us to invest in a second booklet maker to join our existing system.

‘Having a second machine has given us more flexibility to meet customer demand especially for short run digital booklet and brochure work. We chose the A4 landscape capability and the deeper six-station towers to give us greater production flexibility.’

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