Antalis McNaughton is set to show visitors to its stand (C-24) at this year’s Sign and Digital show that the company offers more than just paper with a discovery theme aimed at showing sign makers and display printers a strong portfolio of innovative branded and own label products, each handpicked for their performance, printability and price.
As a major supplier to the sign and digital sector, the company’s Sign and Display division can trace its origins back to the sign and screen printing markets of the early 1970s, and this pedigree continues today with a portfolio of premier products from leading manufacturers such as 3A Composites; Kapa; Forex; Dibond; Foam-X; Mactac; Foamalite; Palram; Lucprint; Symbio; Taurus; Libra; Nimbus and Penstick to name a few.
Antalis McNaughton Sign and Display market manager Chris Green says: “The modern sign and display printer adds value to his customers through innovation. This can either be from the printed product itself such as through the use of specialist ink sets or creative production processes, or from the take up of innovative new substrates designed to enable his customer to differentiate their product offering in a crowded market.”
It is through its function as a knowledge broker to its customers that Antalis McNaughton’s Sign and Display division is able to source many new and exciting products and provide its customers with the best possible advice and information to help make their businesses even more successful.
“We have an abundance of talent within our team,” concludes Mr. Green. “Everybody is extremely knowledgeable and all share the common goal of ensuring that the customer is given the best possible advice and service. Whether you are looking for quality branded and own label graphic display products sourced from only the best European suppliers, or reliable environmental product solutions backed up by friendly and knowledgeable customer focussed sales personnel; our aim at Sign & Digital 2011 is to encourage sign, screen and display printers to discover a world of creativity and view Antalis McNaughton as a reliable alternative to their current supplier.”