Colemans is proud to be family owned and operated and one of the Northern Territory’s most trusted and the largest printing businesses in both Darwin and Alice Springs. The company prides themselves on being leaders in printing technology, always improving efficiency, productivity and company sustainability.  Since 1954, Colemans have maintained strong Territory business values when it comes to quality service, turnaround times for local customers, supporting and buying local wherever possible, offering tailored products and services to meet individual needs and budgets and upgrading infrastructure and equipment to remain competitive across the board.

This month, keeping with technology and innovation, Colemans have installed a fully automated cutting table, the “Summa F1832” which is a first for the NT, and is the largest table that has been installed in Australia.  The Summa F1832 can custom cut aluminium composite panels, acrylic, and several other rigid substrates, also making light work of custom cut decals and vinyl and coreflute.

The table was installed through Pozitive, who won the exclusive distributorship for Summa last year, bringing the range to Visual Impact for display focusing on more efficient manufacturing to benefit clients fast turnaround requests. Not only does this offer their clients an extra add on, it assists with production and workflow, ensuring Colemans meet tight deadlines for their clients.

In addition, another great offer for their clients, and a first for Northern Australia is the installation of the Horizon BQ-470 PUR Book Binder.  PUR binding is a form of perfect binding where all the pages are glued to the cover at the spine. PUR glue is a far superior adhesive and is suited to the Territory’s hot and humid weather, ensuring that the binding will never be compromised. This style of binding is perfect for all publications including magazines, annual reports and high-end catalogues.

The introduction of these machines side by side is a milestone moment in printing capability across the Northern Territory as it’s described as the “icing on the cake” when it comes to publication of cookbooks, novels, magazines or an annual report.

Site Tours, demonstrations and appointments to discuss how this new equipment can assist the mining, oil and gas, construction, building, and creative manufacturing industry can be arranged via