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Spandex signs up for The Print Show 2016

One of the wide-format print industry's biggest suppliers, Spandex, has become the latest company to sign up for this year’s edition of The Print Show. The firm has taken one of the biggest spaces at the event, securing two stands that cover 140sq m.

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The Print Show attracted plenty of interest from the sign-making and wide-format print markets last year

Due to take place at the NEC in Birmingham from October 11th to 13th, organisers have pledged to build on the success of last year’s debut event—which attracted intense interest from the UK print industry—by securing new exhibitors and bringing back the key companies from last year. 

Spandex is heavyweight in the UK's wide-format print industry as it both distributes hardware and the biggest range of materials on the market, including its own Image Perfect brand. Indeed, the multinational is a distributor for technology from HP, Epson, Durst, Roland DG, Mutoh, Swiss Q Print, and Gerber.

Indeed, the multinational is a distributor for technology from HP, Epson, Durst, Roland DG, Mutoh, Swiss Q Print, and Gerber.

Although the company is yet to release details of its plans for the show, it will join the likes of Grafityp, Signmaster Systems, Colourbyte and Vivid Laminating as companies from the wide-format market that have signed up for the show in order to target a rich seam of commercial printers anxious to diversify into this lucrative sector .


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