Goldschmidt switches offset work to digital after investing in Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S
The German printer cites affordability, water-based inks and sustainability as key factors in its investment in the B2 inkjet press.
September 23, 2021
Vera Goldschmidt, CEO
Based in the German district of Emsland, lower Saxony, Goldschmidt is a third-generation family company that prints a wide variety of applications. From brochures, books and calendars to business cards, direct mail and large format – Goldschmidt has been a leader in print for over 70 years. In recent times, the company has worked to adapt to the increase in demand for personalised print and in May 2021, it celebrated the arrival of Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S.
To help the company stay true to its aims, Goldschmidt has looked to invest in print technology that offers high quality and reliability, while also supporting its sustainability goals. In May 2021, Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S answered the call.
The Jet Press 750S was installed in May 2021, with Goldschmidt utilising it primarily for brochure, book and calendar printing – taking work off other equipment in the process.
Vera also has glowing praise for the Fujifilm team:
Taro Aoki, head of digital press solutions at Fujifilm Graphic Systems Europe says: