Organisers of The Print Show have confirmed a series of new signings for this year’s event.
Xeretec, Xeikon, Blackman and White, Colourbyte and Mida Signs are among the latest companies to book their place at the show, which runs from September 18th to 20th at the NEC in Birmingham.
Xeretec is a leading provider of digital print hardware, software and services, working with some of the leading names in global print, such as Xerox and HP.
The company is back at The Print Show after a successful event in 2017, when it was able to harness widespread interest in various digital print technologies.
Xeikon is also back at The Print Show this year as it plans to showcase some of the latest developments in its toner- and inkjet-based digital printing kit.
Known across the globe for its ability to provide solutions for various types of print work, technology featured in the Xeikon range includes label presses, folding carton press and commercial print presses.
Elsewhere, Blackman and White has been both designing and building specialist cutting machines for companies around the world since 1964.
The firm aims to use The Print Show as a platform to showcase how its machines are able to support print businesses with a wide range of work.
Colourbyte will return for the fourth year, seeking to build on previous success at The Print Show.
The company is an approved partner of Epson and will once again be showing off some of the latest kit from the manufacturer on its stand at the event.
Also exhibiting this year is Mida Signs, a company that is able to provide a range of professional signage services.
Mida Signs specialises in the installation of signage, graphics and banners, and will use The Print Show to promote this varied service offering to visitors.
Check back soon for more news on further exhibitors for The Print Show 2018!