It’s already been a busy start to the year for Antalis’ product management team as the business has added not one but three new products from Drytac’s innovative SpotOn® range to its ever-expanding Visual Communications offer.
Shropshire-based Signmaster Systems has been appointed an authorised reseller for Mimaki’s wide format sign and graphics product range by the company’s exclusive UK and Irish distributor, Hybrid Services. Following their purchase of the long-established business, new owners, Lucy Ratcliffe and Samantha Kehoe have instigated a renewed focus on hardware sales and support, setting up the opportunity to represent the Mimaki brand.
Based across two East Midlands sites, ADS2 Brands is one of the oldest and largest producers of beer dispenser fonts, taps and handles in the world. ADS2 Longborough, located in Sandy, Bedfordshire is the print division of the business and in the past eighteen months, two Fujifilm Acuity Select flatbeds – with Uvijet KV inks in a CMYK plus two white channels configuration – have revolutionised its production of optical logos and changeable beer font shrouds for some of the biggest beverage brands in the world, including Tennent’s, Stella Artois, Heineken and many others.
Hop Industries, manufacturer of the durable Hop-Syn synthetic paper announces that it will showcase Hop-Syn TO and BL synthetic paper grades at the GlobalShop Trade Show and Conference, which takes place at McCormick Place in Chicago, March 27-29, 2018. Hop-Syn is a 100% recyclable, environmentally-friendly substrate designed for UV and LED-printed retail signage such as blockout point of purchase displays, banners and window posters, as well as backlit displays, transit signs, and more. At the event, Hop (booth #934) is giving away copies of its 2018 product guide, along with free samples of Hop-Syn synthetic paper.
Greater business growth opportunities and a cost effective route to differentiation for production printing operations will be delivered by the new Ricoh Pro™ C7200X series of digital sheet fed colour presses.
Seven outstanding finalists from a field of 330 have been selected in the “Bright Young Things Take Hackney” graphic design competition, sponsored by Mactac in Europe in collaboration with Arts Thread, Mactac announced today. The shortlisted seven finalists will now travel to London for the next stage of the competition, which will culminate in the winner’s work being exhibited in a towering display at Hackney Walk, a luxury retail destination in East London.