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Renz to return at The Print Show in 2019

Renz has signed up to exhibit at The Print Show 2019, with the aim of replicating the success it has enjoyed at the past three editions of the event.

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(L to R) Iain Bullock, managing director of Renz UK, with sales manager Dermot Callaghan at The Print Show 2018

The finishing specialist reported a high number of sales during last year’s show at the NEC in Birmingham and is hopeful of more of the same this September.

Speaking about the decision to return, Iain Bullock, managing director of Renz UK, says The Print Show delivers a good return on investment and helps the company to maintain its profile in the industry

“We’re exhibiting again because, very simply, financially the past three shows have all delivered sufficient sales to make it cost effective to return,” Bullock says.

We’re exhibiting again because, very simply, financially the past three shows have all delivered sufficient sales to make it cost effective to return

In terms of what visitors can look forward to seeing on the Renz stand this year, Bullock says the company is likely to feature the Renz AP 360 fully automated punch, as well as the Renz Punch 500 ES and Renz MOBI 500 automated wire binding machine.

Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to view a selection of bench top wire, comb and spiral binding machines, as well as an Argos F 400 Cold UV Coating machine.

Bullock adds: “People should visit the show to get their hands on and trial actual pieces of operational equipment. The Print Show is the only UK print event this year where there will be the opportunity to do this.”

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