New range of display systems

    Spandex has announced a comprehensive new range of own-brand display systems for sign shops, exhibition stand producers and the POP market.

    The range covers roll-ups, pull-ups, pavement signs, frames for paper canvas or textiles, poster cases, banner systems, free-standing signs and menu/brochure stands.

    Spandex Asia-Pacific Marketing Manager Nathan Barclay said the range has been carefully assembled to cover 90 per cent of display systems commonly used by the sign industry.

    “Our global reach means that we have been able to source top-quality products at very keen prices,” he said.

    The weather-resistant pavement displays have mitred corners with no sharp edges and a water-fillable foundation base for stability. Spandex’s new ‘A’ frames are available in lightweight plastic, wood and anodised aluminium and can feature anti-glare covers, with a dry write-on/wipe-off model also available.

    The roll-up displays come in economy and premium grades and are available in 800mm, 850mm and 1,000mm widths x 2m height. Single and double-sided models are available, with the premium range featuring adjustable feet, ratchet tensioners and a padded carry bag. A pull-up model in 800mm width x 2m only is also available.

    “Placing a single order for both roll materials and display systems is a time and administration saver in itself – 99.6 per cent of orders with Spandex are delivered by the following day,” Mr Barclay said.

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