Spicers has brought a range of print and cut solutions for the sign and display market to PrintEx, along with multiple media options on display, with the intention of inspiring ideas for attendees through its Supermarket stand.
This includes the Mimaki UCJV300-160 LED UV Print & Cutter, Roland VG2-640 Eco-Solvent Print & Cutter, RollsRoller Application Table, and the Neolt Sword ELS Vertical Cutter.
Spicers CEO David Martin says the solutions offered by the company are what customers expect, with sutainability a key driver for the company.
“It’s what the market wants and we want to give them whatever gives them the best outcome. We’re constantly after the best for them,” he says.
The media supply specialists have also brought out its high-end specialty graphic materials, including Re-Board, 3M Window and Graphic films, Ace Outdoor, Yupo, Palboard, Digitac and Corflute.
“For example, Re-Board is targeting point of sale. It is completely recyclable but there is also structural integrity to the product,” Martin says.
“So, we’re targeting architecture as well – so pop-up stores, etc. So, you can keep the overall capital costs down and as pop-up stores are a concept, if it doesn’t work, you haven’t spent a lot on shelving and it’s also recyclable.
“The sustainability message, for us, is very important and we’re constantly attacking that. The drive for us is to reduce as much fossil fuels as possible.”
Cyndi Setia, marketing and design manager at Spicers, notes, “At the Spicers Supermarket, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in a Grand Opening retail experience and explore the aisles for trusted brands.
“Of course, our Supermarket is appropriately staffed by Spicers ‘shop assistants’ – our team of application and product specialists – to assist with everything from choosing the right substrates to creating similarly efficient and productive workflows in their own businesses.”
“Our philosophy is quite simple,” explains Wayne Hood, sign and display portfolio manager for Spicers. “Whatever our customers need – from point-of-sale, to vehicle graphics, right through to exhibition stand construction and shop fitout, Spicers has a product to get you noticed and the hardware to print and finish to the highest standards.”
Spicers has also officially launched itself as part of its new owners, Kokusai Pulp & Paper (KPP), at PrintEx.
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