ADI shows stand solutions

ADI Displays is using PrintEx as the perfect platform to demonstrate its latest trade show signage solutions, including its Stand-On Expo Floor System and InstaLite Portable Modular Lightbox.

Both can be seen prominently in its stand space, with the InstaLite being used as a stand-alone structure, which can be set up without tools.

As William Qian, owner, ADI Displays, explains, “Flooring is so underrated at exhibition/tradeshow events, its always a missed opportunity for your branding message.

“We are pleased to announce that ADI Displays is appointed as the exclusive distributor of Stand-On Expo Floor for Australia. Designed and manufactured in Netherlands it was first introduced in Europe two years ago with great success and is now available in Australia for the first time. We are proud that they have selected ADI Displays.

“Stand-On is a unique expo flooring system that is lightweight yet can withstand up to 900kgs per tile. This flooring system takes on the modular approach requiring no tradesman, so straight foward end-users can easily setup themselves. Simply choose the surface from rigid panels, carpet tiles or printed graphics.

“The innovative design of Stand-On completely solves cable management issues, you have the freedom to run cables anywhere hidden within the floor. Such a creative idea that helps organise and utilise all real estate for your marketing event from top to bottom.”

Qian is a veteran to trade shows in Australia, and says, “Australia is a big country geographically, but also a small country. It is always nice to catch up with friends at colleagues at shows.”

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