CIM Signs and Graphics Makes Major Investment

Shop is doubling size of operation after investing $1.24 million.

CIM Signs and Graphics Managing Director Mark Baker and Senior Team Manager Tony Burch.

CIM Signs and Graphics of Norfolk, England is doubling the size of its operation after investing nearly $1.24 million over the past 18 months.

In addition to expanding the size of its facility, the signs, graphics and wide format print company has purchased new equipment to enhance the quality of its products and offer more sustainable offerings.

The larger facility houses dedicated areas for services such as van wrapping and wide format printing to optimize workflow. In February, the 24-year-old company added a Kongsberg C64 Edge to its arsenal of tools. Featuring a 3.2 meter wide cutting and routing conveyorised table, the equipment is designed for precise cutting, thereby enhancing shop productivity.

New Kongsberg C64 Edge installed at CIM.

“This significant investment reflects our proactive approach towards staying at the forefront of the industry, ensuring that we continue to deliver print and signage solutions to businesses across the region,” reads a company press release.

CIM is pairing the new router with its swissQprint Nyala 4, a wide format printer known for energy efficiency and eco-friendly ink usage.