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Perfect Colours Announces New Offer on Purchases of HP Latex

Friday, June 01, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Perfect Colours, the London-based value added reseller of large format digital printing solutions, has announced it will be offering either a free vehicle wrapping training seminar or £500 worth of free media to any customer buying a new HP DesignJet L26500 or HP DesignJet L28500 latex printer during June and July 2012.

Ideal for high-impact point-of-purchase displays, soft signage, bus shelters, vehicle graphics and more, the HP Designjet L28500 and L26500 printers can print on a broad range of materials, including eco-solvent compatible media and low-cost uncoated options. The devices produce 1,200-dpi output with outdoor display permanence of up to three years un-laminated or five years laminated for high-quality, long-lasting prints. The output also dries inside the printer, boosting productivity for double-sided print jobs, and allowing immediate finishing or use.

“These new HP latex machines are very versatile and meet a wide range of customer needs – including soft signage.  They can be used for numerous applications – both indoor and outdoor – and create very high quality output,” comments Jason Burroughs, managing director of Perfect Colours.  

“They offer existing PSPs a cost-effective, low-risk way of exploring other markets such as vehicle wrapping.  As such, we thought that the free training seminar we are offering would be of great use to new purchasers of these machines.”

For more information, please contact Perfect Colours via email info@perfectcolours.com or call 0845 680 9000.

Alternatively, for more information on Perfect Colours, please visit www.perfectcolours.com

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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