Ambitious large-format printer, MacroArt has affirmed its commitment to further growth and innovation with the appointment of Dominic Riley as Non-Executive Chairman.

Leading wide format specialist MacroArt has created an extensive array of impressive signage and graphics at Blenheim Palace, to enhance the visitor experience whilst restoration takes place in one of the Palace State Rooms.

Leading signage and wide format graphics printer MacroArt, has continued its longstanding relationship with Paultons Park, supplying the latest signage for its newest attraction – Tornado Springs – which opened on 12th April.

Leading wide format printer and graphics specialists, MacroArt has collaborated with long term clients and retail design experts Nest Studios to deliver a unique retail space and interior for iconic luxury desserts brand, Creams Café.

Leading wide-format print, graphics, and visual communications specialist MacroArt has launched a major sustainability initiative to identify opportunities and drive improvements to help reduce the environmental impact across all areas of its business.

Leading wide format printer MacroArt has completed an installation of more than 3000 m2 of graphics and signage at the EFL Papa John's Trophy Finals ‘Wembley Weekender’ held at Wembley Stadium this month, ensuring a net zero carbon win for the environment.

Leading wide-format print, graphics, and visual communications specialist MacroArt has installed an ERP program from experts Lift Software, the first in Europe, as part of a six-figure investment in its software and process across the business.

Industry-leading graphics firm, MacroArt has recently completed a challenging 250 metre production and installation project, collaborating with creative agency Hello Hackenbacker and prestigious master developer Urban & Civic plc.

Investment in people and equipment will support the growth plans of leading wide-format print, graphics, and visual communications specialist MacroArt during 2021.

Periods of rapid expansion can test the internal processes of any business. Wide format print leader, Macroart, is no exception. In June of this year, they revealed that they have almost doubled turnover from £6 million to £11 million since their management buyout four years ago.

Wide format service provider Macro Art started live printing this week with two more Durst machines as new customers come on board in continuing rapid expansion. Little more than four years after a management buyout, Macro Art’s turnover has shot up from £6million to £11million. Contract gains are being secured on the back of the new investments in Durst systems - now totalling four that have revolutionized its business.

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