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Founded over 40 years ago as an artisan typography house, Graphicscalve – located in the Italian province of Bergamo – has transformed itself over the last few decades into an important player in the Italian graphics industry. The company produces a mix of litho and digital printing for its clients, who come from a wide variety of sectors from publishing to large-scale retail. To help grow its visual communication department, in February 2021 Graphicscalve invested in a new digital printing production facility to enable it to offer high quality interior design and visual marketing solutions. Key to this investment were two roll-to-roll and one flatbed printer from Fujifilm’s Acuity range – the Acuity LED 1600R, Acuity LED 3200R and Acuity Select.

Diversified printing business Lamin-8 Services used Drytac's ReTac Smooth 75 polymeric PVC film to produce stunning wall graphics for Mexican restaurant chain Jimmy Guaco's.

PressOn says it has secured several innovative graphics jobs during the uncertain pandemic period - following some spectacular pre-Covid projects – using its HP Latex R Series printer.

City Signs, which was originally started in Luton by Horace Wilkins upon the completion of his apprenticeship, has been trading for 60 years. The company moved to Worcester in the late 1960s and has been trading in the area ever since.

Victoria, Australia-based sign-making specialist Signmob used Drytac's Polar Grip  white polymeric PVC film to produce stunning exterior graphics for an exhibition at the nearby Bendigo Art Gallery. 

Seeking to cut operational costs for their Mimaki® JFX200-2513 printer, Modern Ink Signs & Graphics (Waukesha, WI) was pursuing a less expensive ink alternative to the LUS150 Series original ink set.

The global Covid-19 pandemic has led many businesses to change focus and find new work in unlikely places. One such story is that of German Fujifilm customer Copy Service, in Moenchengladbach. In spring 2020, the pandemic brought a temporary halt to all professional football across Europe, including the German Bundesliga. The season resumed after several weeks, but with one key ingredient missing - the fans.

Halesowen-based Solutions Acrylic & Display says working with the expert team at Quality Print Services (QPS) has helped to significantly improve the quality of its printed output and take on new work as a result.

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