Queensland-based Storm Signage has invested in a RollsRoller Flatbed Applicator 340, supplied by Spicers Australia, during Visual Impact in Sydney.
With over 12 years of experience within the graphics, signage and customer service industry, a natural desire for perfection and first-class service delivery, Storm Signage has been working across many business sectors, including retail, mining and corporate environment.
Spicers sales manager Lestyn Young Roberts told Sprinter, “Bradley and Tanya Morris from Storm Signage travelled from Townsville to have a demo of the RollsRoller Flatbed Applicator 340 and were impressed by it on many levels – including its welded chassis and the fact it has one piece of glass. They then decided to purchase the machine.
“The investment also presents another benefit for the company in helping to replace a recently lost employee. Storm Signage mounts between five and six panels daily, so the time saved thanks to the RollsRoller will help to compensate the loss from having a staff member less.”
RollsRoller is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of products and services for flatbed laminators holding proprietary and patented designs. The company has grown rapidly and established sales in more than 40 countries.
The mounting tables have been designed to be operated by just one staff member, who can easily mount large format digital print and self-adhesive film to many substrates like acrylic, rigid boards, corrugated plastic, metal plate, banners and glass. It gives the user complete control over positioning and produces a result free from bubbles and creases.
RollsRoller founder Göran Johansson (Pictured above on the left) flew to Visual Impact Sydney 2023 from Sweden to give exclusive demos of his equipment at the Spicers stand.
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