Drytac materials will be showcased on Hybrid Services, Soyang Europe, Perfect Colours and Colyer Repro stands, as well as being used for wayfinding, directional and sponsored advert floor graphics throughout the event.
Drytac, the leading international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large-format print and signage markets, is delighted to announce its products will be showcased on a number of stands at The Print Show 2022.
Taking place from 20-22 September at the NEC Birmingham, The Print Show 2022 is the only event dedicated to the UK print industry covering all areas of the market from commercial and wide-format print to specialist finishing and 3D technology.
Drytac’s products are suitable for use across a wide range of areas within the industry and visitors to the show this year will be able to learn about the benefits of working with these market leading materials.
Hybrid Services, the exclusive distributor of Mimaki printing equipment in the UK and Ireland, will be running Drytac media on its stand (P59) at the show, as will leading print service provider Colyer Repro (stand D02).
Drytac partner companies Soyang Europe (D50) and Perfect Colours (E10) will be showcasing Drytac’s products and marketing materials on their stands throughout the event, while Drytac representatives will also be on hand at the show for product and application questions.
In addition, visitors walking around Hall 17 of the NEC will be able to view Drytac’s products in action, with Drytac SpotOn Floor 200 and Polar PET 170 being used for wayfinding, directional and sponsored advert floor graphics throughout the event.
“Drytac is a long-term supporter of The Print Show, and we are delighted to have a presence at the event again this year in partnership with a number of companies and suppliers,” Steve Broad, EMEA & APAC Sales Director at Drytac said. “Our specialist staff will be on hand to speak with visitors about the many types of applications they can produce using our materials, while Drytac products will feature across the show floor, serving as directional signage to help improve the experience for all attendees.”