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Artworks is a design-led manufacturer of corporate branding products and services, digitally printed bespoke graphics and decorative solutions for the workplace environment. It has installed an Agfa Jeti Mira 2.69 metre wide by 3.2 metre deep flatbed, six-colour plus white and primer UV-inkjet printer into one of its Bristol production facilities.

Cheshire-based printers, Print On has really graduated to a different league in recent months with a move to impressive new 6,000 sq. ft. premises on Lawnhurst Industrial Park in Cheadle. The company’s future ambitions are evident as you walk through the front door past a well-appointed boardroom and customer meeting room, to be faced with a large modern reception area, beyond which stretches a very impressive open-plan print hall.

Studio One is a UK leading design and wide format print agency. They are visual communication experts that provide distinctive branding and design marketing solutions that deliver a winning impact.

When Fespa approached its member association, FESPA Italia, to work on a project for its printed interior design showcase, Printeriors, the association jumped at the chance to participate. This opportunity has enabled its members to collaborate in creating a unique space which highlights the potential of using digital print to create striking interiors.

Macclesfield Rugby Union Club is competing in the 2015/16 season with the benefit of sponsorship from local textile print specialist and Mimaki reseller, R A Smart of Bollington, just outside Macclesfield.

Impact Sign Solutions says Nazdar 702 Series inks have helped it meet 'mission critical' demands for colour accuracy. The 24-year-old Buckinghamshire-based sign making firm prints signs for small and large businesses, museums, schools, colleges and high-street shops – where advertising for high-end cosmetics and watches has to be precise.

Dublin-based IQ Group recently added a Mimaki JV300-160 and CG-160FXII to its portfolio of printing hardware through authorised Mimaki reseller, Reprocentre, and the company is delighted with the investment.

Leading graphic production and installation company Extreme Display has added a second MTEX direct-to-textile printer to its fleet, investing in a new 3.2m MTEX 5032Pro.

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