Nottingham-based Sign Up Systems has become an accredited installer and solutions provider for the PONGS® Descor® textile architecture system from CMYUK.  It will now offer acoustic solutions, and leverage the growing interest in interior textile architecture both for the corporate and consumer market.

CMYUK has been appointed a direct channel partner for Epson’s newly expanded SC-F Series of paper dye sublimation printers. Developed in-house by Epson, the series delivers innovation at every level for sports, apparel, interiors, homeware, décor, gift and promotional applications.

CMYUK has been appointed as the UK go-to-market partner for Highcon Systems Ltd, the leader in digital die cutting and creasing for the folding carton and corrugated converting industry.

Leading wide format printer MacroArt has completed an installation of more than 3000 m2 of graphics and signage at the EFL Papa John's Trophy Finals ‘Wembley Weekender’ held at Wembley Stadium this month, ensuring a net zero carbon win for the environment.

Imageco has announced that it will be offering the UFabrik Eco range from CMYUK as standard. Made from the yarn of recycled PET waste, these materials provide the ultimate in performance, providing an inventive and elegant solution to the problem of single use plastic waste.

Banner Box Print Solutions is more than ready for the next phase of its 25-year tenure. Through CMYUK it has upgraded its Mimaki print capabilities, invested in a CNC router and migrated to a new dedicated factory space.

MX Display in Derbyshire has installed an EFI VUTEk h5 from CMYUK. This new hybrid LED printer replaces the company’s existing EFI VUTEk GS3250LX Pro 3.2m, and due to its industrial print speeds, is set to increase capacity by 50%. The h5 joins a plant list that includes HP Latex technology, Mimaki and Epson dye sublimation printers.

Rob Karpenko has joined CMYUK International, and will be responsible for developing market opportunities in Europe and Russia.

CMYUK is set to extend its new era supply chain and market development strategy into international territories.

EFI has given UFabrik eco materials from CMYUK a resounding endorsement after testing UFabrik Backlit Textile ECO and UFabrik Opaque Textile ECO at its Customer Experience Facility in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Hollywood Monster has become the first print service provider in the world to formally reject the use of traditional PVC banner.

Kavalan Sunlight weldable and Kavalan Spiderweb 300 Mesh PVC-free banner material have both received secondary BS3424 Pt 4.6 Tensile Strength certification.

LEISTER Technologies has joined global plastic welding titans Miler Weldmaster and FIAB in endorsing Kavalan PVC-free banner material.

CMYUK has been appointed the exclusive distributor in the UK and Ireland of the HP accredited range of DuraVibe® fabrics.

CMYUK has launched a samples almanac that showcases the widest range of sign and display materials, textiles and digital-ready fabrics currently available to digital wide format print producers.

Sean Roberts, Manager, EFI Global Customer Experience Centres has described PVC-free Kavalan as a revolutionary game changer. The remarks come after Kavalan Sunlight Weldable Frontlit banner and Kavalan Spiderweb 300 Mesh banner were put through their paces at the EFI Customer Experience facility in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

CMYUK has partnered with UK-based market leading recycling company Howe to Recycle, which specialises in processing niche waste streams.

Latest updates to the Basel Convention, an international treaty that governs the shipments of hazardous waste, has identified PVC as a notifiable material. This is creating more paperwork plus additional costs for UK based suppliers, making the import/export of PVC waste between the UK and Europe a far more stringent process.

CMYUK has launched VERTEX, a new hybrid transfer printing calender from Klieverik. This is a highly affordable heat press with a compact footprint, designed for customers looking to expand into high-growth applications within décor, soft furnishings, fashion, sportwear and apparel.

Embrace Building Wraps has installed the UK’s first PVC-free printed scaffold wrap at Newson’s Yard in London’s Belgravia for client Grosvenor Estate.

When Wolves fans raised money for a giant ‘Get Well Soon’ banner for prolific striker Raúl Jiménez who sustained a head injury during a recent win at Arsenal, they also set a world first.

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