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Heroic turnaround from Global Printing Enterprises

Five days from a site visit Ontario-based Global Printing Enterprises has created a 76m hoarding to promote the superhero blockbuster film ‘Aquaman’ in Canada.
Carlo Toscano, president, Global Printing Enterprises, said of the project - which was scheduled through Rooftop Agency on behalf of Warner Bros Canada, with installation services provided by Sekanskin Media: "Projects like these should take two weeks to come together. We impressed ourselves in achieving this print and install in just five days." The company boasted on Instagram: "Ten hours of printing, ten hours of install, ten out [of] ten quality project." To produce the ‘Aquaman’ artwork, Global Printing Enterprises used an HP 3000 Latex printer running two rolls of Drytac ReTac Smooth 150 concurrently. ReTac Smooth 150 is a 6mil white polymeric printable PVC film coated with ReTac ultra-removable adhesive. Toscano said: “it was recommended to us for its concealing abilities, especially on drywall with taped seams, with no lamination required."

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