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Founded by Mr. Edouard Borney in 1880, Borney started off in textiles, moving on to flags and banners in the 1920s, and finally expanding into printed fabrics in the 1980s. BorneyUK was established in 1993 and celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, as well as 138 years of growth for the company as a whole.

Ellerhold, the market leader in Germany for indoor and outdoor advertising with an approximate 70% share of the German bill board market, has licenced ScreenPro with PrintFlat from Global Graphics Software to overcome visible banding on output caused by variations between printheads.

Cheltenham's Fatree5 installed two Roland printing systems three years ago after seeing an exciting niche market and has seen its business snowball ever since.

Derwent Displays has hailed as a great success, a customer open-house event at its factory in Derbyshire, UK. The event on 14 September showcased the latest phase of the company’s successful partnership with Fujifilm and the huge range of possibilities provided by its investment in two Inca Digital Onset X platforms in the past two years. In particular, the event highlighted the range of short-run and personalised work that can now be rapidly and reliably turned around without any compromise to quality.

3 Sixty continues to drive forward after a two-machine Durst investment at its headquarters in Capital Business Park, Cardiff.

JPC Labo of Marly, France, took delivery of the 1000th swissQprint large format printer in May. This Nyala LED has injected new impetus into the business, with significant productivity increases and an expanded range of services.

All over the world, there are a wealth of iconic landmarks and listed buildings steeped in history. These structures often serve as monuments that recognize a region’s history. However, as the decades pass, many of these stunning buildings deteriorate, some naturally, others due to neglect, or simply a lack of investment.

Micheal Hawes spent 18 years in the education sector but this summer turned the tables to receive training himself, in digital printing and vehicle wrapping. The result is Devil is in the Detail, a brand-new vehicle wrap and signage business running a Roland DG TrueVis VG-640 printer/cutter.

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