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Antalis aims to inspire at The Print Show

Antalis has invited visitors to The Print Show 2018 to challenge the company in to showcase how its products can be used across a wide range of jobs and applications.

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Antalis will display the new colour options in the Creative Papers by Arjowiggins range

The paper, packaging and visual communications will feature on Stand E40 at the event, which runs from September 18th to 20th at the NEC in Birmingham.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see a selection of Antalis products at the show, including the new colour options in the Creative Papers by Arjowiggins portfolio.

Also on show will be the new range of KernowPrint for HP Indigo printable synthetics, as well as the Coala collection of visual communication materials, and the PowerCoat Alive intelligent paper that features Near Field Communication technology.

In addition to activity on its own stand, Antalis will be working with a number of other exhibitors to showcase its products in action. 

We want to ensure we are offering our expertise to as many businesses as possible and we would encourage all visitors to get involved

Visitors can see Antalis paper being printed on the new Xerox Iridesse at the Xeretec stand, as well as on machinery at the SmartPrint booth. 

Katie Farr, head of marketing for print and visual communications at Antalis, says: “Having launched our ‘Challenge Antalis’ initiative last year, we are keen to continue pushing the boundaries when it comes to presenting  innovative solutions for our customers, and we hope to demonstrate this at The Print Show 2018. 

“We want to ensure we are offering our expertise to as many businesses as possible and we would encourage all visitors to get involved.”

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