The company took advantage of a special show deal offered by Positive Camtec at the Visual Impact Image Expo currently running in Sydney, with the two machines rolled into a package.
Sign-A-Rama Pittwater joint owner Margie Layman told ProPrint that the new equipment would enable the company to diversify its range of product offerings from both its Mona Vale and Ultimo shopfront operations.
“The machines will expand our work options, and will enable us to go into new markets with this die-cutting capability,” Layman said. “The fast turnaround from those machines will be a real boost for us as well in our ability to meet customers’ deadlines.”
The Teckwin TeckStorm flatbed printer was released in Australia in July by distributor Positive Camtec. According to marketing manager Adriano Gut, both machines have met the demands for greater automation and productivity from local sign printers.
Sign-A-Rama Pittwater has quickly developed a reputation for quality in the local sign market. It won the Rookie Store of the Year 2005 at the franchise operation’s World Expo in Texas and Team Player of the Year at the 2007 World Expo in Florida. Sign-A-Rama Sydney City (South) won the Award for Exceptional Quality at the World Expo in the same year.
There are over 800 Sign-A-Rama franchises around the world, and 82 in Australia.
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