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As one of the longest established sign makers not only in Manchester, but also in the UK, family run Ainsley Signs offer a complete sign making service right through from design, engineer, manufacture to installation.
Wahooti is one of the country’s fastest growing full-service printing solutions providers. Thanks to a mix of knowledge, experience, relationships, technology and an unflinching commitment to customer service, Wahooti has built an unrivalled reputation for getting the job done and done to the highest quality. The implementation of Vism early in 2019 has transformed Wahooti’s installation process. Relationships with installers and customers are now much more effectively managed and communication is fast, accurate and focused on delivering high levels of customer satisfaction.
There’s nothing this company can’t do for its clients, and its latest equipment installation from CMYUK has pushed its services into the stratosphere.
Eighteen months ago, Irish graphic design and print services provider Printroom decided to become a house of Pongs, using the renowned German manufacturers materials for all its digital textile output. The company has not looked back.
Pure Theatre has been able to achieve ‘perfect, smooth black' borders for its projector screens thanks to ‘brilliant' support from Quality Print Services (QPS) and inks from Nazdar.
When Jodie Comer’s pop-art-pyjamaed character, Villanelle strode through suburbia in episode one of the hotly anticipated second season of the BBC’s Killing Eve, viewers took to social media in their droves to try to locate the design.
Peter Black was established in 1947 but is always looking ahead, with an investment in the most cutting-edge UV-LED printing technology from Roland DG helping to support its continued success into 2019 and beyond.
Display Wizard was keen to source a printer that could truly live up to their expectations after suffering on-going issues with media deformation from their current four printers. Much of their work involves producing panelled pop-up drops and a wide variety of display formats for exhibitions. Yet their existing machines were printing print drops at different lengths which made panelling impossible. With the business building significantly they needed to find a printer or printers that could deliver quality and speed to meet their increasing demands.