The £127m-turnover organisation, which recently quadrupled its capacity by moving all of its warehousing to a central Leicestershire location, has added a number of new products to its roster over the past year and wants to show them off.
Denmaur group marketing director Peter Sommerville said: “We experienced a good response at a recent show and can see that we have a reasonable customer base but there are a lot of people out there we don’t know and we’ve also got a message to put across to our existing customers who might consider us for one particular brand.
“PrintWeek is iconic and as part of Mark Allen Group has reinvented itself; it’s fresher and we like to be associated with it.”
Denmaur will be showing a number of its older products alongside its new Titan coated range, graphic boards in its Performa Brilliance range and its two-sided Ensocoat, which Sommerville described as a "new venture".
It will also show its exclusive Colorit range of tinted papers and boards, alongside its re-branded Revive carbon-balanced recycled papers. Denmaur recently announced it had become a fully carbon-balanced company.
Sommerville added that Denmaur will not be hosting any workshops but is keen on the idea of workshops and seminars spreading new ideas about the industry.
“Learning and seminars that are tangible to the designated audience are vital in order to get people along. Quality content is the draw for the print person and beyond,” he added.
115-staff Denmaur has headquarters in Sittingbourne, Kent, and, along with its new warehousing facility, has branches in four other locations across the UK.