Based in Lincoln, Your Print Partner (YPP) provides a full range of print and graphic design services – from concept creation and graphic design through to printing, finishing and delivery. Their product range spans everything from flags, banners and street branding to POS displays and exhibition graphics. Their new paper printing division now also offers a full range of corporate stationery.
Cartonéo is a French company based in the Jura Mountains that specialises in the manufacture of point of sale (POS) and point of information (POI) materials from flat and corrugated cardboard. Its customers come from sectors such as the food, automobile, cosmetics, wine and spirits and pharmaceutical industries. The group’s plan is to further develop its POS business. To achieve this ambition, Cartonéo has invested in Esko production workflow automation and a Kongsberg C66, Esko’s largest robotic cutting table. This establishes the Cartonéo group as the first in the world to have this robust portfolio of solutions and equipment.
The great thing about making mistakes is that you can learn from them. That said, evidently you want to avoid making any mistake at all – especially if you’re in the large format sign making business, where even the tiniest errors can become big blunders. Fortunately, forewarned is forearmed! That’s why we’ve compiled a list of six common sign printing mistakes others made before you, so you’ll never have to make them yourself.
CMYUK and ESKO today celebrated a fantastic first year of collaboration in the UK signs and graphics market. Meeting at the newly-remodelled demonstration and training facility in Shrewsbury, Nick Reed, Esko Business manager for CMYUK, paid tribute to the invaluable support the UK ESKO team had given him during the last eight months.
RHM has produced graphics since 1964. Based in North London, working with clients such as the V&A, Pink Buddha and Imagination, they boast impressive production and installation teams, priding themselves on attention to detail.