Founded in 1978, Domino Printing Sciences has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking and printing technologies, as well as its worldwide aftermarket products and customer service.
Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions division serves the commercial printing sector providing digital inkjet printers and control systems, which deliver solutions for a complete range of labelling and variable data printing applications.
The Domino Group employs more than 2,800 people and operates in over 120 countries. The company has manufacturing facilities in the UK, US, China, Germany, India, Sweden and Switzerland.
Domino’s continued growth is underpinned by an unrivalled commitment to product development. In 2017, Domino Printing Sciences was honoured with its sixth Queen’s Award – the UK’s most prestigious awards for business performance. This latest accolade is for the innovation of our A-Series i-Tech range of industrial continuous inkjet printers. Prior Queen’s Awards recognised Domino’s technological expertise, excellence in export and international trade.
In the MX Manufacturer Awards 2018 – a contest co-organised by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers – Domino won the Operational Excellence Award and was shortlisted in the People & Skills category. Domino won the scheme’s Supply Chain Excellence award in 2017.
In 2016, Domino’s 7-colour N610i digital inkjet label press won the European Digital Press Association’s award for Best Label Printer category.
The same year, Domino’s Cambridge site won the Best Electronics and Electrical Plant award in Cranfield University’s annual factories award scheme.
Domino’s membership of professional bodies
Domino Printing Sciences’ Global Account Director – Multi-National Accounts & OEMs Tim Paul became Chairman of the UK’s Processing & Packaging Machinery Trade Association (PPMA) in December 2018. Domino is also a long-standing member of the Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PPMI) based in the US.
Our membership of the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing gives our teams access to the institution’s world-leading research facilities, as well as access to its insight into materials, inks and technology.
As a member of the European Printing Inks Association (EuPIA) since 2008, Domino has contributed to its working groups. Domino also provided expertise in the formulation of its Good Manufacturing Practices: Printing Inks for Food Contact Materials.
Similarly, our membership of the UK Campden BRI gives Domino access to the scientific, technical and advisory services needed to ensure product safety and quality, process efficiency and product and process innovation.
Domino is a member of GS1 – the association that underpins global standards for business communication through its data management of the unique numbers used in barcodes.
As such, GS1 partners our delivery of globally-compliant barcoding solutions.
Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions division is a member of FINAT, the European association for the self-adhesive label industry, TLMI, the US-based label and package printing industry association along with several other European national label printing associations.