19 Dec 2018
PressOn wrapped the fin in Avery MPI1104EA cast white vinyl, using their HP Latex 570.

PressOn wraps the fastest car again

PressOn, the large format digital printing company based in Chatham, Kent, have worked again with the team behind the World’s fastest and most advanced racing car, BLOODHOUND SSC; this time, wrapping the tail fin as it hit speeds of 210mph on its first public trial run at Newquay Airport in Cornwall.

Create a Wall is winning at interior decor printing with HP technology

Wallart HP

Create a Wall is a digital décor printing and design company servicing the Melbourne, Australia area. The company started 12 years ago, as an owner-operator business in the window film industry.

PNH Solutions powers Honda to an Indy Toronto win

PNH HondaIndy Toronto

From July 14th-16th, PNH Solutions returned to the annual three-day IndyCar Series race, the Honda Indy Toronto, as the print service provider for all the signage for the event.

AG CAD gives Quantum of Solace for print innovator

Sample Boxes cut on the DYSS

Formed over a decade ago from the merging of a print company specialising in promotional and PoS work with a traditional box manufacturer, the ethos and philosophy of Quantum Print & Packaging has always been continuous improvement.

Star Micronics & Nobly POS join forces to provide Boxpark Croydon with mPOS solutions

tar Micronics has joined forces with leading POS software provider Nobly POS to provide the pop-up outlets at the food mall with mPOS solutions that offer feature-rich software and reliable hardware.

Constructed entirely out of 80 refitted shipping containers, Boxpark Croydon offers a range of dining options from quality restaurants to modern street food with flavours from across the globe.

HP unveils brand new latex printed lounge at Heimtextil 2017

From design to production, HP Latex is reinventing the way small-to-medium sized print service providers can grow their business.

Today at Heimtextil, the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, HP unveiled its first ever fully Latex-printed Lounge.