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In a colourful new video, leading equestrian brand Racesafe has given a glimpse of its manufacturing facility following the addition of an HP Stitch S300 dye-sublimation printer earlier this year.

Riding high on the vinyl revival, Sound Leisure has been making jukeboxes in Yorkshire since 1978. Specialising in hand built and bespoke designed models, the family-owned business’s investment in a Mimaki UCJV300-107  printer/cutter has transformed its creative process when producing unique jukebox designs for its clients.

Signs Express (Nottingham) has invested in an Epson SureColor SC-S80600 to streamline production, enhance efficiency and elevate quality.

Abbi Signs likes to keep it in the family. This design and print business based in Widnes, Cheshire, was founded by John Goodfellow forty years ago, only these days he’s been joined by his son Steve, who is now Production Director and grandson Chris, Workshop Manager. Back in the day, there was a business partner subsequently bought out by John, after whom the company was renamed Abbi Signs & Designs after Steve’s youngest daughter.

It’s been a busy few months for Lentico. The lenticular print specialist has acquired plastic card manufacturer Plastic Data Card in a deal that was completed in September 2020. The acquisition will see Lentico Directors Andrew Roblett and Robin Sumner join forces to take on the business, production facility and expertise of Plastic Data Card, while pooling the newly combined resources to expand and target new markets. 

High Stakes Creative has completed what it called a 'monster job' for the KPOP Korean restaurant in Georgia, USA using Drytac ReTac wall graphics media.

Specialized Signs says it was 'surprisingly busy and surprisingly lucky' throughout this summer's lockdown period after diversifying into new products, but is now returning to a new kind of normal with numerous graphics projects printed on its HP Latex R1000.

Having won several industry accolades this year, including the ‘Innovation Award’ at the ISA UK British Sign Awards, it will come as no surprise that Signs Express Lancashire is continuing to build on its success with a purpose-designed unit upgrade. The new unit has been custom renovated to make it perfectly suited to their needs. Centre manager Matt Rutlidge explains: “The idea is that we'll invite customers to our new premises, and it will provide a full showcase of the services we offer and the work we produce.”

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