Inkjet innovator hiring after move to new Cambridge HQ
Following a decade of industrial inkjet innovation, ongoing expansion and continued growth, Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) has moved to new headquarters within St John’s Innovation Park in Cambridge. It is recruiting for extra staff.
Staying in the heart of the Cambridge inkjet cluster, GIS has scaled to larger premises at Edinburgh House – doubling capacity to 10,000 sq ft.
Founded in 2006, GIS now employs more than 50 people. The company started with one office at St John’s Innovation Centre, occupying additional offices as it grew, and then relocated to The Jeffrey’s Building following global expansion in 2012.
This relocation investment to Edinburgh House is crucial to GIS’ continued growth and will enable further innovation in software, electronics and machine control services for inkjet system builders and OEM integrators.
“We now have the space to recruit more staff, run more projects in parallel, expand production, and improve training facilities.” said Nick Geddes, managing director.
“The teams are enjoying the new space; it’s an exciting milestone for the company as we continue to grow.”
Later this year, GIS will launch a family of products on a new high-speed, lower cost platform.
GIS is a global leader in developing tailored software and system components for industrial markets with over 10 years of proven innovation in the field. GIS technology is production capable and designed to work reliably in 24/7 rugged industrial settings for key industrial printing applications such as ceramics, labels, textiles, plastic cards, wide format graphics, 3D printing and materials deposition.