To join its portfolio of carefully selected technology, including three Roland roll-to-roll printers – two Versacamms and one Soljet Pro 4 XR-640 – Essex-based cross-media print & graphics production company The Wrap Shop, recently invested in a flatbed Summa F cutter from printMAX. For co-founder Steve Hart it was a simple decision – he had seen the machine in action.

It’s been called one of the greatest comebacks in football history: Liverpool FC’s home win against Barcelona, overturning a 3-0 first-leg deficit to win 4-3 on aggregate in the UEFA Champions League competition. And while Barça may not have been the stars of the show this time, the team’s bus – wrapped using materials from Drytac® – certainly grabbed fans’ attention.

Fleet wrapping projects and affordable vehicle customisation have received a welcome boost with the launch of a new Mactac ColourWrap Series of cast films. The new Mactac ColourWrap materials, in 50 different colours, will be under the spotlight at the brand’s FESPA 2019 stand.

Ritrama presents the reorganization of Graphics products, designed to simplify the almost infinite universe of large format digital printing films offered to the market.

“And finally, real orange!” The Dutch sign specialist Gielen Reclame (Valkenswaard) is incredibly enthusiastic about the successful beta test of the new 8-colour TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutter from Roland. So happy, in fact, that Chris Gielen immediately purchased two machines: “The addition of the new orange ink now provides us with the opportunity to make even better prints with certain corporate identity colours.”

What a year it’s been! Owner Mark Collins looks back at his first year of trading and talks about plans for the future.

Signs Express (Stoke) was recently presented with awards for Best Exterior Sign and Best Sign Project at the 2018 Signs Express Sign Awards.

Signs Express (Bristol) has partnered with ARH Vehicle Solutions to provide businesses with graphics to increase brand visibility alongside professional vehicle hire solutions.

The sign and graphics industry is now more accessible than it’s ever been. With a little investment, a workshop and a design software package, almost anyone can become a graphics specialist overnight. However, even with the resources readily available to the new starter, there’s one thing they can’t buy in a shop – experience.

Signs Express (Birmingham SW) recently took home the award for Best Vehicle Graphic at the Signs Express 2018 Sign Awards ceremony for their impressive wrap of four NEC visitor shuttle buses.

Sign & Digital UK (SDUK), the country’s leading sign making, display solutions and digital printing show, has teamed up with HEXIS to host this year’s Battle UK Wrap Contest.

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