Antalis (stand D10) will be showcasing its extensive portfolio of sustainable materials for retail design and display, exhibitions, events and POS & POP at this year’s Visual Merchandising & Display Show, which takes place on 16-17 April at London’s Business Design Centre.

As one of Europe’s leading suppliers of Visual Communication substrates, Antalis understands the ever-increasing need for innovative and sustainable visual merchandising and display materials. Its experts will be on hand to chat through the latest additions to its range as well as to advise on product specification, sustainable materials and the Antalis Green Star System™. 

The stand itself is constructed using Xanita Print, an engineered fibreboard manufactured with a part re-pulped, post-consumer paper core and FSC™ accredited liners.  An environmentally friendly alternative to MDF and other non-sustainable materials, Xanita is suitable for a wide range of structural applications including exhibition and events, 3D displays and internal furniture. The stand will also display the latest addition to the Xanita range – Xanita aspect, ideal for non-structural applications such as 2D display and signage. The considered design of the Antalis stand, using sustainable materials, demonstrates how the entire structure can be recycled after use.

In addition to the Xanita structure, the botanical themed stand will showcase Antalis’ sustainable materials and their interior décor products focussing on their Coala Interior Film and Coala Windows Décor ranges. These products show how easy it can be to refresh interior spaces including retail, office and hospitality. 

Visitors can view Antalis’ large format sustainable sample box, an ideal reference tool when specifying and aligning materials to any application. Each A5 sample has an Antalis Green Star rating of 3-5 stars, a system which measures key factors such as raw materials used and recyclability at end of life, allowing users to easily identify and compare materials. 

Specification Consultant at Antalis, Claire White, comments: “We’re excited to be attending the VM & Display Show again. It’s a great opportunity for us to talk through the sustainable design possibilities our portfolio offers for retail, brands, visual merchandising, experiential, store design, and more. The creation of a more sustainable future for visual merchandising and display is really important to us, and we’re keen to share our knowledge, expertise and products at the show.”

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