CMYUK has launched the High Roller Carousel, an ergonomic and practical solution to the storage of roll media.

Selectequip has purchased a Mimaki UCJV150-160UV roll-to-roll print and cut printer, and a Mimaki JFX200-2513 EX flatbed printer from CMYUK. The decision to buy this powerful printer duo was in response to the dramatic upsurge in demand for COVID-related products and signage.

Sue Hayward has been promoted to the position of Sales Director at CMYUK Digital. This is in recognition of her outstanding performance in equipment sales, and the significant contribution she has already made to the business particularly on the development of the hardware On-line Price List (OLP), the use and integration of the company’s Salesforce CRM System and the nurturing of supplier relationships.

Melony will be developing CMYUK’s brand strategy in the burgeoning textile and environmental markets. She will report directly to Group Sales and Marketing Director, Robin East.

CMYUK, Shrewsbury October 2nd 2020: CMYUK has appointed Emily Falconer to the position of Textile Business Development Manager for its Décor and Fashion range of digital ready fabrics. The appointment further strengthens CMYUK’s rapid ascendency in these specialist high growth market areas.

Managing partners at Print-Impress, Kieron Eaves and Amy Fairclough invested in this LED UV direct-to-object printer to offer unique products for their online seasonally driven personalised gift company.

Like many print service providers, Quarmby Colour strode into 2020 confidently with a full order book, only to watch in disbelief a few weeks later as its event and photographic exhibition display work dried up overnight.

CMYUK has appointed Susie Williamson as a key account manager for its Interiors, Fashion and Design range of specialist textiles for digital printing.

CMYUK has announced two new senior promotions in its consumables business. Damien Clarke now becomes Sales Director and Joel Willcock is now Commercial Director. These roles will significantly strengthen the senior management team of CMYUK – essential to its scalability strategy that will expand the company’s consumables business in the UK, Europe and the Americas.

Banner Box has reaffirmed its environmental focus with an attention-grabbing eco mesh hoarding outside its Chesterfield premises that reads: Proudly sourcing sustainable material.

Between the Lockdown period of May to the end of July, CMYUK has experienced a 30 per cent upsurge in sales for its ESKO digital cutting tables.

CMYUK has signed a multi-million-pound exclusive contract with TAYA Groups to supply its Kavalan PVC-free banner range into the UK and Ireland.

This is the fifth large-format digital printer that the Cardiff-based print specialist has purchased from CMYUK in a decade but according to 3 Sixty’s Managing Director Richard Inkin it's the company’s most significant piece of equipment yet, and one which is set to be a real “game-changer” for the business.

When GRS Signs finds a good product it sticks with it. Last month it purchased a Mimaki UCJV300-160 from CMYUK.

There’s something about 3 Sixty, the Cardiff-based wide-format digital print specialist that seems to lend itself to numbers.

With the government pushing for companies to re-open offices and encourage their staff back to work, CMYUK has announced a number of special pricing discounts for its collection of social distancing materials. 

CMYUK has produced a series of informative short videos that explain how the updated government-backed coronavirus business interruption loan scheme (CBILS) can be of real benefit to the UK’s digital wide format print industry. 

Timing they often say is everything and Mike Rawlings MD at Signet Signs Ltd may well be inclined to agree.

Poppy Signs has installed an ESKO Kongsberg X24 digital cutting table from CMYUK, the UK’s largest independent supplier of wide-format digital printers, cutters and materials.

Being part of the FaberExposize European network provided Northern Flags with an early warning system when it came to COVID-19. “It hit Europe before it hit us,” says FaberExposize UK and Northern Flags Managing Director, Iain Clasper-Cotte. “We were in conversation with many of our German and Dutch colleagues, we saw the changes they were making, and they told us what changes their competitors were making, so we got into conversations with CMYUK quite early on, which helped to stand us in good stead.” 

In 27 years at Fantasy Prints, Paul Martin, marketing and social media manager has never ordered multiple pallets of the same product for the Berwick-upon-Tweed signage, printing, clothing, and gift business. Neither has he had any demand for floor graphics but the COVID-19 Lockdown has changed all that.

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