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Matt Mantiet, international sales manager at Neschen points out that when it comes to producing printed wallcovering applications, print service providers are faced with a wide range of challenges that they must overcome in order to deliver high-quality work to customers. The primary challenge for many printers is ensuring they are working with the right media for the installation surface. In many cases, installers have to deal with several types of surfaces within a single project, such as a retail chain fit out where the same designs are installed across multiple stores.

To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Friday 3 June 2022 will be an extra Bank Holiday, with the late May Bank Holiday moved to Thursday 2 June. This additional day will create a four-day weekend for most people, but not everyone, as it depends how their contract of employment is worded and the days they usually work. The following may help.

International delivery company ParcelHero has said plans to jettison EU regulations, far from reducing costs for small retailers and SMEs, may increase red tape and cost more. The comment follows the Queens Speech, delivered by Prince Charles, with the UK Government revealing new measures it said will “seize the opportunities of the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union.”

Here printMax explains why businesses should consider diversifying, what the opportunities are, and how they can print to new products.

Hybrid Services talks of its sponsorship of the CMYUK CIRL project, in which a number of products were digitally printed using Mimaki printing technology and featured in the showcase that took place in Shrewsbury recently.