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Like many print service providers, Quarmby Colour strode into 2020 confidently with a full order book, only to watch in disbelief a few weeks later as its event and photographic exhibition display work dried up overnight.

One of Germany’s leading providers of large format photographic printing, as well as screen, digital and textile printing, Fokina GmbH, is a full service provider for a range of sectors, including point of sale, retail, public facilities and exhibition stands. Based in the town of Eppingen, just north of Stuttgart, the company has a proud history dating back more than 30 years. Its innovation, dynamism, high flexibility and reliability has helped to shape the company since its founding. Over the years, Fokina has built up a diverse portfolio of print and production machinery to produce the high-quality products it is renowned for. And one installation in particular is helping to drive quality standards even higher – Fujifilm’s superwide 5m Acuity Ultra, which was installed in March 2020.

Worcester's Sign Here struggled to match a vibrant shade of orange for a vehicle wrap, until it invested in a new Epson SureColor S80600 from reseller SEDO.

Together with a design duo from Liverpool, personalised print specialist Identity Printing has launched a new luxury streetwear line using Ricoh direct-to-garment (DTG) technology.

A car dealership in Lincoln reopened for business this summer with a transformed interior showroom featuring sophisticated wall graphics as well as refreshed exterior signage, all produced by Allen Signs using HP Latex technology.

The children's sections of two libraries in Queensland, Australia have received bright, bold makeovers from icatchers, using Drytac media products.

Polish creative and printing company Kreativia purchased an EFI Vutek FabriVu 340i dye-sublimation printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. The 3.4-metre-wide printer will allow the company to further expand its service offerings and tap into new market opportunities.

Pixel Imaging says Drytac SpotOn graphics media has allowed them to think 'outside the box' and offer non-traditional exhibition displays to its customers.

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