Print X One launches new branding

Print X One has unveiled its new branding and manifesto as the business, which was formerly known as Print X, begins to roll out new initiatives to service customers.

The business was recently purchased from Motor One Group by Paul Coniglio – an experienced print and signage industry leader who had been its General Manager since October 2020.

The new branding reflects Print X One's willingness to look at things from new angles, says owner Paul Coniglio.
The new branding reflects a willingness by Print X One to look at things from new angles, says owner Paul Coniglio.

“With the new brand we want our customers to see that we are taking a new direction,” Coniglio said.

“Our look is polished, sharp and reliable – and those values permeate through every facet of our work.”

Coniglio says the new branding was designed by Tommy Creative and reflects the willingness of Print X One to come at things from a different angle.

“It is this philosophy that enables us to work with our customers to produce customised, high-quality solutions all in the one destination,” Coniglio said.

Paul Coniglio has purchased Print X from the Motor One Group and renamed it Print X One
Paul Coniglio has purchased Print X from the Motor One Group and renamed it Print X One

Print X One is now fast-tracking its product development and has begun insourcing operational components.

“We have some exciting new products in development that we think will give us a huge point of difference in the wholesale print market,” Coniglio said.

“Given the increasing need for fast turnaround we have increased our investment and focus on logistics nationwide and insourced components of our finishing to give customers more choice.”

Sustainability a key focus

Coniglio says Print X One’s next focus will be create more sustainable product solutions and completely remove its reliance on single use packaging.

“As an industry, we produce far too much landfill and not enough is being done fast enough to address it,” Coniglio said.

“We will be working with our suppliers to identify the best sustainable products on the market. Internally we will aim to remove all single use packaging that goes to landfill by the end of the year.”

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