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The event held on 4th and 5th October was an excellent opportunity for customers and new companies to GPT to see the latest printers from Mimaki and HP, media from Mactac and 3M and much more.

Graphic Printing Technologies (GPT) has announced that PrintoberFest, its regular October Festival of Signs, Display and Graphics Applications, was a busy and successful event.

The event held on 4th and 5th October was an excellent opportunity for customers and new companies to GPT to see the latest printers from Mimaki and HP, media from Mactac and 3M and much more.

Rob Kaziewicz, General Manager of GPT, comments, “This year, Printoberfest had a very positive feel to it. We had more than 30 guests who were keen to move their own businesses to the next level of productivity and profitability. The broad range of machines we can now offer meant that we could talk in great detail about what the best solution would be for them based on cost, speed, service and versatility.”

One visitor said, “It was very interesting and valuable use of time to see the new and improved versions of printers and what they can do for us.” Another said, “There were some very impressive machines on show in GPT’s demonstration room, along with some very knowledgeable people. What we saw was awesome quality, incredible speeds and much improved running costs. It was a very informative day and we look forward to further developing our relationship with the company.”

Adam Booth, GPT’s National Hardware Sales Manager, adds, “Printoberfest represented the start of an exciting new era for GPT. We are able to showcase a comprehensive portfolio of the industry’s best products. This enables our customers to make the best and most informed decisions to achieve success for their businesses. We also have the size and resources to provide long-term end-to-end relationships with customers that includes hardware, consumables, software, training and unrivalled technical support.”

GPT is planning further events in the coming months, including an HP Flatbed and Latex roadshow in both the North and the South. More information to come.