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Sheffield-based ProTrade Printing has recently purchased a Canon iPF8400S wide-format printer from UK-based plot-IT to cater for the needs of its professional trade customers.

Hardy Signs has added a new HP 370 latex printer to strengthen its print line up to be the best.

Family run sign making specialists, Signs and Imaging (southeast) Ltd produce signage for virtually everything including shops, warehouses, petrol stations, shopping centres, building sites and mobile events.

Located in Brentwood, Missouri, Novachrome Digital Design and Imaging is an all-digital shop where designs are executed on a variety of wide-format, flatbed, photographic, die cutting, and other finishing equipment. Founded in 2008 by four partners- Jim Varney, his wife Chris, Beverly Faries, and Melanie Coyne - the Novachrome stock in trade is the ability to print a wide variety of items at a consistently high quality. The Novachrome customer base consists primarily of large commercial businesses and museums, for which the company provides trade show signage, corporate identity material, point-of purchase items, museum exhibits, and fine art reproductions.

Some things simply never go out of vogue. Others aren’t so lucky - the Robin Reliant, for example - once finished never, ever to return. However some things that we never thought would (or should) rise again, do and go so far as to be heralded the latest trend….again. And no, we’re not referring to the constant resurgence of flares or dungarees in the fashion world here – though they’re definitely on the ‘should’ list – but rather a rise from the ashes of the 60s/70s of Flock Wallpaper.

Boldens Signage Solutions, specialist manufacturers of signage for Local Authorities, shop fitters and organisations with fleet vehicles, recently invested in a Roland RS640 to enable them to offer a faster turnaround of service to customers and deliver more projects in-house. Their services encompasses the whole array of signage solutions, including main shop front signage, directional signage, vehicle livery, office signage and panel and post signage.

Substantial investment in a raft of wide and grand format Mimaki printers, including an 8’ x 4’ JFX200 LED UV flatbed and a pair of high performance JV300 solvent machines has led to Cheshire based Print On enjoying a period of expansion and buoyant business as it cultivates an impressive client list of major high street names.

Preston-based Kaymar Print has become one of the first print businesses in the country to install the innovative new Mimaki CJV150-107 integrated printer/cutter, as it seeks to diversify its already vast offering to customers.

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