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Major French POS print service provider SDPS switched one of its two Onset X2 printers for a new six colour Onset X2 HS in order to take advantage of the extra speed and higher levels of automation available.

Vancouver-based Premier Graphics opted for Drytac SpotOn Matte White to carry out an impactful window graphics project for vegan food business The Very Good Food Company.

Drytac's self-adhesive films continue to play a key role in the battle against Covid-19, with print service provider Globe Print having recently used no fewer than five Drytac products to create graphics, free-of-charge, for a new vaccination centre in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

The Look Company is active worldwide in the printing business with offices and satellite locations throughout Canada, the U.S., Switzerland and the Middle East. Each division has its particular focus, ranging from the production of sportswear to luxury goods and retail.

Dallas-based wrapping expert Skinzwraps has revealed how the use of Drytac films has allowed it to expand business beyond its core vehicle wrapping services into a number of other profitable markets.

A Jetrix LXi7 LED UV printer is settling into its new home at Astley Signs in Kettering and is promising to take the business into the realms of more unusual and sustainable printing.

William Say & Co. commissioned and formed a run of 100 unique tins as Christmas gifts for customers – all printed on a Fujifilm Acuity B1 by Tinmasters at its plant in Swansea.

Northampton vehicle wrapping and commercial branding specialist WrapHub, has elevated quality, colour reproduction consistency and expanded its customer base following its investment in an Epson SureColor SC-S80600.

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