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3 Sixty targets growth with Durst double

3 Sixty has taken on two new wide-format printers from Durst in order to bolster its output in the retail market and expand its textiles offering.

The Sign Shed speeds turnarounds with new flatbed

The Sign Shed has made savings of 75% in labour time after installing a Roland DG VersaUV S-Series flatbed printer to speed up signmaking and free up its other kit.

New leadership sets out targets for growth

Signs Express rates itself the largest sign company in the UK and Ireland, with more centres than any other business in the industry.

New Arizona at Signs Now replaces 10-year-old model

Signs Now has taken on a Canon Océ Arizona 1260 XT in order to expand its direct-to-board capabilities and increase its reach with housing association and construction clients.

Adverset captains Leeds Bradford Airport’s flight of fancy

Yorkshire is going places. Specifically, it’s going all around the world, thanks to Leeds Bradford Airport. Open since 1931, West Yorkshire’s gateway to the rest of the world needed a bit of a revamp recently to reflect the adventure and optimism it represents.

Apprentices and Zünd cutter enhance Fastsigns Chelmsford

Fastsigns Chelmsford has taken on two new apprentices and a Zünd G3 L-2500 CV CNC cutter in order to bring more capabilities in-house.

Grafenia acquires AG Signs to expand Exeter Nettl presence

Grafenia has made its first acquisition of the new financial year with the purchase of Devon-based AG Signs & Print, with which it intends to build a Nettl superstore in Exeter.

Widd Signs marks 130 years

Widd Signs is celebrating 130 years in business by looking to the future and investing for expansion into new sectors.

Northern Flags in £500k Agfa spend

Northern Flags has invested around £500,000 in Agfa wide-format kit as it looks to leverage the FaberExposize UK brand to expand its presence in the POS and exhibition graphics markets.

Oppboga Bruk eyes UK growth as new hires free up MD

Swedish-headquartered paper mill Oppboga Bruk has recruited two new additions to its sales management team to enable its managing director to increase his focus on the growing UK market.

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