Print Solutions for a Good Cause
BruderhausDiakonie sees significant productivity and print quality improvements with Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S
Jet Press 750S
Type of work:
Non-profit graphics workshop producing a wide range of fully serviced printed products, including brochures, magazines, posters, greeting cards and calendars.
- Non-profit organisation that offers a network of jobs and workshops for disabled people and those with mental health challenges in Baden-Württemberg
- Includes a graphics workshop that delivers a huge range of digitally printed products
- Company was using offset to produce most of its products, but has now shifted to digital, with the aid of the Jet Press 750S, to stay competitive and meet industry demands
- The Jet Press was recommended by several other printers and the company saw it in action at drupa 2016
- Cited production stability, superior productivity, extremely high print quality, environmental credentials as key reasons for investment
- Since the installation, BruderhausDiakonie has received positive customer feedback and has been able to increase its product portfolio and win new business
Based in the town of Reutlingen in Baden-Württemberg, south-west Germany, BruderhausDiakonie has a long and proud history. In the mid-19th century, theologian Gustav Werner and his wife created one of Germany’s first Christian charities, the Gustav Werner Foundation. On the banks of the river Echaz they formed numerous rescue facilities, schools and factories. Now, almost 200 years later, the Gustav Werner Foundation has merged with the Haus am Berg Foundation to become BruderhausDiakonie, a non-profit Christian diaconal organisation that offers a wide network of jobs and workshops for disabled people and those with mental health challenges in Baden-Württemberg. As part of its wide offering, the organisation has a graphics workshop which delivers a huge range of digitally printed products, which are produced on a toner system and now on Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S.