Media and PR
No 'I' in team, but what of consortium?
PrintWeek.com – 2 October 2009
Increased purchasing power is just one of the benefits of firms joining forces, says Helen Morris.
Where green becomes grey
ImageReportsMag.co.uk – 30 September 2009
Are we using greener materials or is cost preventing us? Sophie Matthews-Paul considers the views of manufacturers and suppliers of roll-fed substrates.
McKenzie Clark ups sales and service staff to boost business
PrintWeek.com – 18 August 2009
Large-format digital printer McKenzie Clark has completed a recruitment drive to bolster its sales, customer service, installation, project management and sector expertise.
Machines that have made a difference
ImageReportsMag.co.uk – 3 August 2009
Have you a large-format printer that has made a significant impact on how you do business? These companies have – what about you?
McKenzie Clark offers print buyers environmental alternative to duratrans with Durst Rho 320r investment
PrintWeek.com – 14 July 2009
McKenzie Clark has upgraded its roll-to-roll UV printer to provide a more economic and environmentally friendly alternative to duratrans for its high-end retail customers.
Rhos bloom bigger in Peckham
ImageReportsMag.co.uk – 1 August 2007
A bigger eco-friendly factory has allowed McKenzie Clark to install some seriously large print and cutting kit and win a lengthy Olympics job. Simon Eccles took the tour.
Large-format firm boosts quality and green credentials with new facility
PrintWeek.com – 12 July 2007
Bangers and mash, fish and chips, Chas & Dave and Reliant Robins all formed part of a truly cockney knees-up at McKenzie Clark last week. It wasn’t a random theme – the south London company has just moved into a new facility in Peckham, south-east London, home of Trotters Independent Trading. But unlike Del Boy, the company has a rather more professional outlook and has splashed the cash to make an impact in a highly competitive sector.
McKenzie spends £1m on new plant and kit
PrintWeek.com – 5 July 2007
Large-format printer McKenzie Clark has splashed out over £1m on new equipment and a new London site.