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Latest SureColor boosts growth at Slam Signs

St Albans-based Slam Signs has seen continued growth following the installation of its new 10-colour Epson SureColor SC-S80600, with further investments on the horizon.

Art D’Signs celebrates 40th birthday

Sign-writing, vehicle graphics and vehicle wrapping specialist Art D’Signs is celebrating 40 years in business this month and has attributed its longevity to its customer-focused service, expertise and approachability.

Norton makes wide-format investment

Midlands-based Norton Printwear, Signage & Embroidery has invested in a used 1.4m-wide Roland Soljet XC-540 to handle an influx of wrapping and wallpaper jobs.

PressOn wraps First World War warship

One of the last remaining First World War warships has been transformed by Rochester-based PressOn, in what the company believes to be by far the biggest and most challenging ship wrap to date.

Paperlinx extends vehicle wrapping training programme and signs new distribution deal

Paperlinx has announced an extension to the vehicle wrapping training courses it runs in partnership with UK Sign Group (UKSG) as well as an exclusive UK distribution deal with Greek white lined chipboard producer Macedonian Paper Mills.

Hull printer targets expansion

Digital print firm Ditto 4 Design has invested around £40,000 in its wide-format and finishing departments in response to steady growth.

Co-op print show heads south

The latest in a series of regional print shows with a co-operative format being delivered across the UK will take place in Surrey on 4 and 5 February 2014.

Roland launches wide-format rental scheme

Roland DG UK has launched an equipment rental programme that will allow SMEs, start-ups and other businesses to move into wide-format printing by renting a device for a one, two or three year period.

Roland DG launches VersaCAMM VS-i series

Roland DG has announced an upgrade to its VersaCAMM print and cut series, the VS-i, which is up to 2,500 cheaper than its predecessor (at launch) despite being faster and having more colour options.

Polish printer secures Fespa Wrap Cup victory

Piotr Cinski, owner of Polish car wrapping specialist Pentagraf, has won the 2013 Global Wrap Cup Masters competition, held at Fespa in London last month, and has been crowned Global Wrap Cup Champion.

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