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Innovative POS manufacturer, RDD Creative has installed their first inkjet printer, Agfa’s Anapurna FB2540i LED, to fill an important gap in their production process.
PlotFactory AG employs state-of-the-art equipment, along with a big helping of passion, to create a wide range of advertising and promotional products. Equally diverse is the range of materials that are processed with the help of Zünd cutting technologies. Since fall 2017, the company's latest flagship digital cutter, the Zünd G3 3XL-3200, has been operating nonstop.
IHTBB (It Has To Be Brilliant) has successfully made the transition from printer to full-service marketing agency integrating traditional print and digital channels to help their clients deliver compelling and engaging stories.
The Sussex Sign Company, based in Brighton, provides a comprehensive range of professional graphic design facilities, signage and vehicle livery products. The company was formed in 1995 and has established an excellent reputation for quality, reliability and professionalism that extends throughout the south.
The Bernard Group of Chanhassen, Minnesota, has achieved “painless” growth and unprecedented ROI thanks to tilia Phoenix planning and imposition software from Tilia Labs, a leading developer of planning, imposition, and automation solutions for the graphic arts industries. The installation has facilitated fast, efficient production across a diverse range of print and finishing platforms, according to The Bernard Group.
The La Digital Impser story has three milestones: one of them was in 1998, when digital print business La Digital was founded, and another was some decades earlier, when Impser, a respected screen printing company, was started. The third milestone was reached several years ago, when the two companies combined to become La Digital Impser. The company now employs twenty people and, offering a complete service to its clients from consultation to production to finishing, it prides itself on being much more than just a printing company.
Serbian NS Plakat has been involved in wide-format digital printing for the past 30 years. Roughly half of its revenue comes from manufacturing POP products made from cardboard. In addition, the company digitally produces a wide range of promotional products, including soft signage. NS Plakat has a facility in Novi Sad with 140 employees and another in Zagreb with 100.
GT Signs has installed a new LED-curing flatbed printer running Nazdar inks from Quality Print Services (QPS), boosting the quality of its large-format signage.