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French-based manufacturer and distributor of adhesive films for visual communication, Hexis SAS, has acquired Australian distributor Stickittome.
“We are extremely happy to be able to take this step in strengthening our team and the Hexis brand here in Australia. We will look to focus on our customer relationships and site visits to work closely with clients on projects and their daily needs. Keeping on the Stickittome staff and adding more experience to our sales force will add to our overall Hex’pertise and we look forward to new conversations in the near future”, Hexis Australia managing director Ian Parsonson said.
“The Hexis company philosophy is based on similar values to those of the co-founder of Stickittome. It is a family-run business built from the ground up, with owners and partners who have a passion for the industry. Moreover they strive to remain as close as possible to the end-users and their needs enabling them to provide them with the best solutions and products.”
Stickittome, based in Melbourne, was created in 2001 by Scott Niven, and specialises in the supply of vinyl films for printing and cutting. It also offers a wide range of accessories dedicated to the application of adhesive films.
Hexis Australia’s subsidiary in Brisbane consolidated the partnership with Stickittome in 2018. By establishing a common distribution policy, the Hexis brand image and the global offer have been greatly developed in recent years, according to Hexis.
Hexis SAS CEO Clément Mateu emphasised the importance of this new operation.
He said, “Hexis has experienced continuous growth for several years on the Australian continent thanks to the involvement and market knowledge of our teams as well as our distributor Stickittome. The decision to invest locally a few years ago proved to be wise and has led us today, thanks to a particularly dynamic sign industry in Australia, to opt for this takeover operation.”
Hexis Training Centres
Hexis offers a complete, top-quality, professional and qualifying series of training courses covering the countless possibilities offered by self-adhesive films.
Teaching focuses on quality and efficiency, while keeping in mind the day-to-day environmental and time constraints daily faced by installers.
In order to train the elite of media applicators, Hexis has training centres in both Melbourne and Brisbane.
Blurred Sign’s John Papadoupolos, Gold Coast Wraps’ Clayton Witney and Graphic Applications’ Ben Schliebs (Graphic Applications) are Hexis media applicators that highlight the quality of Hexis products through their achievements and their work.
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