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Profitable Printing Opportunities with Roland DG In Glasgow

Friday, February 27, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Wide Format, Screen, Digital and Displays Show, Hilton Strathclyde, 10th – 11th March 2015 

Clevedon, UK - Roland DG has confirmed its attendance at The Wide Format, Screen, Digital and Displays Show in Glasgow; the next in the series of the hugely successful regional wide format roadshows. The event will be held at the Hilton Strathclyde on 10th and 11th March. Roland’s product portfolio at the show will include the recently launched VersaEXPRESS RF-640 printer, the popular VersaCAMM VS-300i print & cut machine and the ‘magic’ VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed printer.  

Says Rob Goleniowski, Sales Support Manager, Roland DG (UK) Ltd: “Roland DG is well established as a brand in the Scottish signage industry, with a good and loyal client base. This show will give us a great chance to meet face to face with existing and potential customers north of the border to understand their businesses and advise them on how Roland technology can help them to meet the demands and maximise the commercial opportunities  of this ever-changing marketplace.”

Representing its pioneering print & cut technology, the VersaCAMM VS-300i - part of Roland’s VersaCAMM family; the highest selling print & cut series in the world*– will take pride of place on the stand.  With three models in the series – 64”, 54" and 30”, a choice of five ink configurations and an integrated print & cut functionality, the VS-300i is a seriously versatile machine.

Impressive print speeds, outstanding print quality, advanced productivity features and great reliability and support make the Roland VersaEXPRESS RF-640 four-colour printer a high performance workhorse for any business. Equipped with the latest print head technology, the RF-640 delivers the highest quality graphics and prints, for only £9,999 plus VAT.

Both of these machines offer printers and sign makers the broadest range of high quality, flexible wide format applications including signs, banners, posters, labels, floor and exhibition graphics, vehicle graphics and wraps, retail point of sale displays, and much more.

For entrepreneurial sign makers looking for profitable ways to diversify their businesses, Roland’s VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed printer will be in full demonstration mode throughout the show. The LEF-20 prints onto virtually any substrate up to 100mm thick to transform plain objects such as USB sticks, awards, key rings, mobile phone covers, badges, photo frames and coasters into highly profitable personalised items.

Roland DG will also be running a series of 30-minute 1-1 sessions throughout the two days; a choice of a mini LEF-20 Better Business Bootcamp which will focus on demonstrating how printers and sign makers can maximise profitability by increasing the range of services they offer customers, or training on Roland’s powerful VersaWorks RIP software.

“Roland machines are designed with versatility, quality and performance at their heart. This means there is no compromise on what these outstanding machines can deliver,” continues Mr Goleniowski. “We want all our customers to consistently add value and profitability to their businesses by diversifying and integrating new applications into their portfolio. These machines give our customers the capacity to do exactly that. We are very much looking forward to showing customers and any other visitors to the stand just how exciting and innovative Roland DG’s technology is, and how it can be used to build new, profitable revenue streams.” 

Other exhibitors include Antalis, The Magic Touch, Ralawise, Wicked Printing Stuff, DecoNetwork, Goccopro, Stocks, Glenway, and Ultima Displays.

The Wide Format, Screen, Digital and Displays Show is free to attend.  For further information and registration visit www.rolanddg.co.uk/glasgow.


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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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