RGBuk has closed the yearly Print Show on a high. The Reading based wide format specialist today announced a number of new orders placed during and after the show. The equipment sold during the show includes a number of the popular OKI Colorpainter E-64s Eco Solvent 60” printers and Graphtec FC8600-160 60” cutters. RGBuk also received extremely strong interest in the Canon iPF Pro 6000 launched at the show together with the Roland TrueVIS VG and SG range of print and cut solutions.
RGBuk, an OKI wide format partner has been working closely with OKI to generate awareness of the recently launched range of updated Colorpainter wide format technology. Chris Hope, Marketing Director for RGBuk says ‘The range of Colorpainter machines from OKI offer some of the best features you will find in the market when compared directly to their peers. The machines offer a host of benefits to business’s looking to expand or replace their current range of outdoor print capabilities’
Following a move from the Birmingham NEC to the Telford International exhibition centre, The Print Show has proven to be a successful formula for the RGBuk team. Hope says ‘It is always hard to predict the amount of interest you may get at a show, but The Print Show has yet proved again it is important to get in front of companies that are interested in purchasing new equipment, The Print Show allows you to demonstrate the benefits customers can expect to enable increased innovation, quality and production. We will certainly be returning to The Print Show in 2018’.
CMYUK will be unveiling their new Material Sample Binder at The Print Show this year (stand E31), as well as hosting an Esko product launch, showcasing the newly-available EFI Pro 16h LED UV Hybrid Printer and offering special show deals from all other manufacturing partners.
Visitors are being encouraged to make the most of Antalis’ expert advice and support through its ‘Challenge Antalis’ initiative at this year’s The Print Show 2017.
Tharstern, the technology for print, packaging and labelling industries, will be showing latest world-class MIS (Management Information Systems) developments at two print shows in the UK in the coming weeks.