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Author: Val Hirst

With Vism, it’s a win, win, win for Wahooti!

Wahooti is one of the country’s fastest growing full-service printing solutions providers. Thanks to a mix of knowledge, experience, and an unflinching commitment to customer service, combined with the implementation of Vism’s management information system, it has built a reputation for getting the job done and done to the highest quality.  Wahooti was formed in 2015 when Nick Manuel, a print buyer in an advertising agency, and his father, Julian, who worked for a large format printing company, decided to work together, Nick explained: “On our own we could provide the various elements of a printing project, but together...

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Rocket goes stratospheric!

Originally founded in 1998 by Tim Porter, who was later joined by Oliver Bridgeman, Rocket Graphics is a wide-format print company that specialises in brand implementation for lifestyle/experiential services. In 2012, the Watford-based company, which prides itself on its quality and reliability, underwent a period of significant change. At a time when its annual turnover had reached approximately £2.6 million a year and it was still outsourcing a significant amount of work, it appointed David Wicks as Finance Director and Antony Rider as Sales Director, while also moving into new 5,000 sq ft. premises. Now, it occupies three units...

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Soyang Europe and Very Displays to host Irish Displays Expo

Soyang Europe is teaming up with Very Displays to host the Trade Displays Expo in Dublin, Ireland from 4th–5th September 2019. Showcasing both Soyang Europe’s substantial range of printable fabrics and Very Displays’ exhibition, portable and retail display solutions, the event is targeted at sign and display resellers that are looking to source new products or add to their current range. Taking place at the Green Isle Conference & Leisure Hotel in Clondalkin, Dublin, the event will demonstrate how visitors can provide textile displays to enhance both their product portfolios and profitability, with experts on hand to guide and...

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Drytac expands into new premises

Drytac is moving its Canadian operations into a single, state-of-the-art facility in Brampton, Ontario spanning over 70,000sq ft. The new premises consolidates Drytac’s manufacturing and distribution into one building to improve efficiency and will accommodate the entire Canadian workforce under one roof. The move, which will take place in stages to ensure uninterrupted material supply and production, provides increased production and converting capacity for both the company’s roll and sheet products, while 32ft-high ceilings allow storage of more raw materials and finished goods to keep up with demand and ten dock-level loading bays provide easier access from a major highway. The...

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SAi provides RIP for Avery’s TrafficJet

 SA International (SAi) has partnered with Avery Dennison to develop specialised software for the company’s TrafficJet Print System. The FlexiSIGN & PRINT Avery Dennison TrafficJet and FlexiPRINT Avery Dennison TrafficJet software will feature on the new system, which is designed to enable the production of certified output for the highly-regulated global traffic signage market. As well as incorporating the TrafficJet large format digital printer, the bundle includes the specially-designed versions of SAi’s software, which is optimised for traffic sign production. The Avery Dennison TrafficJet Print System’s CMSpot6 ink setup uses six dedicated spot colours that match the regulated traffic signage. Using the FlexiSIGN...

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