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SPGPrints has started construction on a 700m2 Experience Centre at its global headquarters in Boxmeer, Netherlands. It is set to open on 4 September, and will be used by digital textile customers and end-user brands as a training and demonstration suite.

Hertfordshire-based Millharbour Digital has delivered a branding project at Sushi Samba London to celebrate the UK Stem Awards 2017. The company printed and installed an array of temporary graphics on multiple surfaces at the venue for The Telegraph, sponsored awards, which offer Stem (science, technology, engineering and maths) undergraduates the chance to win £25,000.

Grafityp has introduced the Polymeric P Series of printing vinyl. Available in 762, 1370 and 1525mm widths, the vinyl is 75 microns thick and comes in the following options:

After 42 years Amari Plastics has updated its brand, the first in a series of marketing initiatives coupled with a new website. MD Andy Carroll said: “Not only have we thoroughly modernised our brand image, but we’ve also maintained our distinctive ‘Amari Purple’.”

Infigo Software has entered an OEM partnership with Enfocus. The move allows users of Infigo’s Catfish platform to combine PDF quality control with a streamlined workflow for producing print ready files.

CMYUK has a new senior digital sales consultant in the form of Wesley Small. He will be responsible for boosting sales across the company’s digital printing equipment portfolio, with a special focus on EFI Vutek solutions. His previous role was at EFI where he was Vutek inkjet sales development manager for UK North, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

DEP has appointed Ian Turnbull to drive sales of its Synplas range of printable materials, and for its bespoke contract coating business. Coinciding with this move, the company has launched a new website at www.depltd.co.uk, which provides detailed information on the above products.

Antalis won three awards in June: at Superstat’s annual conference it received the ‘Supplier Excellence’; it was named ‘Supplier of the Year’ at the Office Club Awards; and Stuart Colley took home ‘Account Manager of the Year’ from the 2017 Nemo Gala Awards.

Peter Davidson has joined inkTec as senior business development manager. His remit at the company - best known for Jetrix printers - is to concentrate on inks and media.

A second Zund cutting table has been installed at Hull-based RMC Digital Print to ease a finishing bottleneck that developed following the installation of a Durst printer in January. The new Zund is a G3 XL3200, which sits alongside a G3 3XL1600.

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