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SIGN UK Preview Rotosigns L72


Rotosigns are renowned for their superior range of pavement and wall mounted advertising boards and much more. Their products are manufactured in the UK and spare parts are available on request. They pride ourselves on our service being second to none. www.rotosigns.com


Shuttleworth Business Systems Ltd


P52


Shuttleworth, a UK leading supplier of Management Information Systems to sign and digital producers, will be showing the latest developments to their powerful integrated MIS package at Sign & Digital UK. Providing a perfect showcase for Shuttleworth’s recent MIS


S.B. Weston Ltd M62


WestonBoxes are a range of plastic packaging, presentation and storage boxes designed specifically for the print trade. With over 50 million sold, you probably already know of them – the ubiquitous business card box being the company's bestseller. Now, due to demand from printers, S.B. Weston Ltd, UK manufacturers of WestonBoxes, have introduced a unique new print storage box into the range. The SRA3 box follows the same simple base and lid


design as the rest of the boxes in the WB range – its purpose, to solve the problem of storing and preserving open reams of SRA3 paper. Reid Weston, Company Director said of the product,


“We had a lot of requests for this product from our print customers. SRA3 paper is expensive stuff and once a pack is open, it can easily get damaged or soiled in a print shop environment. This box solves the problem of opening ream packs for small runs and having to store the remainder in a way which keeps it clean and useable for the next job down the line. It makes perfect sense for us to be launching the SRA3 box at Sign & Digital UK where the UK’s top print decision makers will see it, plus the rest of the WB range, and benefit from the 10% discount that we’ll be running on all show orders!” www.westonboxes.com


developments, the stand will be used to demonstrate a brand new User Interface launched in October 2011. The User Interface is based on an Outlook style, look and feel, making the software easier and intuitive to use whilst providing a fully customisable view. It includes a drag and drop capability from Outlook, a built in dashboard and enhanced reporting. Unlike many other previous restrictive MIS systems the new interface is designed to speed up access to information resulting in improved effectiveness, competitiveness and profitability. Shuttleworth’s innovative Electronic Proof of Delivery (POD)


will be at the show, aimed at bringing huge benefits of improved efficiency and accuracy to the delivery of any finished goods. Recognising that the Sign and Display often has exceptional turnarounds and multiple deliveries of finished goods, Electronic POD is designed specifically for this market. Visitors will also be able to see the Supply Chain Management


software, a first for the sign industry and all delivered over the web. www.shuttleworth-uk.co.uk


Sign Update Magazine


Established in 1990 by a signmaker, Sign Update has grown to become an essential read for the sign trade. Sign Update is published


bi-monthly, plus we produce a special issue to coincide with the annual Sign & Digital UK event. Each edition is packed with sign related news, the latest products, recent innovations, case studies, tips and tricks in our tutorials, and news from the industry’s leading suppliers.


P114


Selectech


P130


Selectech, the specialist supplier of ink, media and accessories to the professional wide format sign and display print market, will be showcasing Colorific’s new range of media on stand P130. The Colorific range of media has been developed to meet the


specific demands of the wide format digital print marketplace. Only the very best substrates from a number of different manufacturers have been selected to come under the Colorific Media brand umbrella. All the Colorific branded substrates – which include vinyls,


banners, paper and canvas to name a few – have been rigorously tested on printers from the all the major manufacturers. As such, Colorific is able to offer the very best media for any application. More details about Colorific Media will be announced during Sign & Digital 2012. Colorific’s media line has been designed to complement and


build on the success of the Colorific Ink range which will also be shown on Selectech’s stand. Regardless of printer model and application, Colorific has a


cost-effective, high quality, alternative ink to meet every requirement. Colorific is so confident of the quality of its ink range that it is now offering a 100% satisfaction guarantee across its Mimaki and Roland range of ink solutions. www.selectech.co.uk


114 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012 Through a circulation in excess of 8,000 and much higher read-


ership figures, Sign Update reaches a carefully targeted audience who work directly in the sign trade and are the decision makers with buying power. Our advertising rates are designed to be affordable by sign companies big and small, even in this tough economy – we believe they represent some of the best deals you can find. Take out a subscription at Sign & Digital UK and if we’re


sending it to a UK address, we’ll give you two years for the price of one, that’s just £14 for 14 issues. Come and visit us on stand P114 and see what Sign Update could do for your business. www.signupdate.co.uk


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