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Terry Cooper Services hails timing of Print Show

Chris Cooper, managing director of Terry Cooper Services, has paid tribute to the timing of The Print Show this year, explaining that the event allowed the firm to generate plenty of interest in its various products.

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Organisers of The Print Show have reported a significant increase on the number of visitors this year

Exhibiting for the second consecutive year, Terry Cooper Services showed off a range of technology, including the new Premier BM300 Bookletmaker and new Bagel SRA3 laminator.

Looking back on this year’s show, Cooper says that, for his company, the size of the event is “ideal”.

“We had three objectives to achieve at The Print Show; the first was brand awareness and letting everyone know what Terry Cooper Services offers the print finishing sector including sales, service and support,” Cooper comments. 

“The second was to meet new and existing customers in three days under one roof; I don’t know of any better opportunity to meet so many people within such a short space of time. 

For Terry Cooper Services the size of the show is ideal; the visitors have time to get round the whole hall and see everything—this is not always the case at larger shows such as Drupa and the IPEX of old

“The third and final point is to show new products from our manufacturers.

“This is not always possible but this year we had the new Premier BM300 Bookletmaker and the new Bagel SRA3 laminator; the timing was perfect to show these off.

“For Terry Cooper Services the size of the show is ideal; the visitors have time to get round the whole hall and see everything—this is not always the case at larger shows such as Drupa and the IPEX of old.”


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