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The world’s biggest print and packaging software developer, eProductivity Software (ePS), has opened a new facility for its Escada corrugated software technology production.

Major investment: Corrugated from eProductivity Software
Major investment: Corrugated from eProductivity Software

The new 6000 sq ft purpose designed space located in the UK will serve Australia, New Zealand, and the rest of the world outside the Americas.

The investment reflects ePS' significant investment in its future, aligning with its strategic growth plans, building for scalability, and accelerating research and development innovation for its Corrugated Control portfolio.

The newly refurbished facility is a customer-focused fulfilment centre, designed to meet the escalating demand for ePS Escada corrugator control solutions in the EMEA and APAC regions.

By expanding warehouse space and enhancing manufacturing capabilities, the facility accommodates extensive inventories and additional hardware solutions like Direct Machine Interface (DMI) units compatible with the Auto-Count 4D (AC4D) system. This company says this enables it to deliver “unparalleled” order fulfilment rates, and respond to market demands more efficiently. It says that additionally, dedicated staff and customer training areas foster an environment of “innovation and excellence” in service delivery.

Commenting on the new facility, Craig Tait, managing director of ePS Escada, emphasised the company's dedication to its staff, customers, and sustainability: “This new office represents our commitment to growth, collaboration, and providing exceptional customer service. We have incorporated energy-efficient solutions throughout the building to minimize our environmental impact, reflecting our broader focus on sustainability.

“As we embark on this new chapter, we look forward to strengthening connections with our customers and delivering innovative solutions with enhanced resources at our disposal.”

eProductivity Software was formerly EFI’s software division, it was spun out of the company two and half years ago. It is the biggest software developer in print and packaging. It now has 5,000 printers as customers around the world, working in everything from commercial print to packaging display graphics, corrugated, labels and packaging, and publications, with many of them in Australia and New Zealand.

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