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Antalis to unveil ‘Sustainable Street’ at VM & Display Show

Antalis to unveil ‘Sustainable Street’ at VM & Display Show
Antalis has announced that it will be showcasing its extensive portfolio of sustainable materials for use in retail design, in-store displays and POS at this year’s VM & Display show which takes place on 5th-6th April at London’s Business Design Centre.

Antalis is returning to the show this year with a stand (Stand D10) that will illustrate how a wide range of sustainable materials can now be successfully be used within a retail environment.

The company has been rapidly growing the range of printable display substrates that form part of its Green Star System, a framework that considers how each material is produced and how easily it can be recycled at end of life to meet the growing demand for sustainability from the retail sector and other industries.

Called ‘Sustainable Street’, every element of the Antalis stand – from the structural to the decorative – will be made using substrates from within its portfolio of sustainable products.

Antalis’ stand will be entirely constructed using Xanita board, an engineered closed-cell fibreboard manufactured from material recovered from recycled, used cardboard boxes. It is an environmentally friendly alternative to MDF and other non-sustainable materials and is suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including POS, 2D and 3D displays, and internal furniture. In addition to Xanita board, the stand will also be showcasing innovative and sustainable substrates for a variety of applications, such as 100 percent recyclable Lumex A, a fire-rated, clear APET alternative to acrylic sheets, Katz Display Board, a wood pulp fibre board offering high-quality printability for POS small 3D structures and Triaprint, a cost-effective and environmentally friendly and recyclable alternative to PVC and PUR foam boards.

In addition, visitors will also be able to see Yupo Jelly, a PVC free, 100 percent recyclable polyester film that sticks to any flat surface without adhesive, producing graphics that are easy to apply, remove and reuse and HEYtex Ecotex Decoflex R, a textile option deco material made of 100 percent recycled yarns suitable for short term outdoor use.

Antalis will also be showcasing materials from its Coala brand that supports the transformation of internal environments through interior decoration and upcycling. Coala Interior Film, which will be amongst the products that will feature on the stand, is a collection of aesthetically pleasing self-adhesive finishes, which simulate the illusion of raw materials without the complexities of traditional construction. With over 470 easily applied film finishes available, ranging from wood, leather, marble and stone through to metallic, glitter, fabric and solid colour categories, the options are endless.

Visitors to the stand will also see Coala Windows Décor, Antalis’ latest addition to a range that offers the opportunity to enhance glass elements with decorative or colourful film, alongside Wallstar Digital and Coala WallDesign wallcoverings.  Whatever the requirement, the Antalis range offers solutions to transform or update any retail environment, facilitating the quick, convenient and cost-effective reinvention of spaces, displays and promotional activity.

Claire White, Specification Consultant at Antalis commented: “We are positive that the Antalis stand will both excite visitors and inspire them to consider how best they can achieve a more sustainable future for visual merchandising and display.”

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