Drytac has helped revamp Ricoh’s customer experience centre in Telford.
The facility, adjacent to Ricoh’s factory and R&D facilities in Shropshire, now features graphics printed on Drytac material using a Ricoh Pro L5160 at the Drytac Academy in Bristol. More than 40 new graphics have been installed - the largest of which measured more than 11.5m wide - using Drytac’s 'permanently peelable' ReTac Smooth 150, ReTac Textures Canvas and ReTax Texture Linen.
“We’re delighted to announce that our newly revamped customer experience centre is now open to visitors. Due to the restrictions posed by Covid - and the subsequent reopening of facilities for in-person visits - we felt now was a fantastic opportunity to update and improve the centre. Our objective for the new space is to provide print organisations with a fresh look at our purpose and technology, inspire their innovative thinking and generate collaborations for future business growth,” said Simon Isaacs, national director Ricoh graphic communications group at Ricoh UK.
Shaun Holdom, global product manager at Drytac, added: “This was an exciting project for us to work on. Combining Ricoh print technology with our proven adhesive science solutions has enabled us to create a vibrant new look for the Ricoh facility.”