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CMYUK appointed as exclusive UK distributor for former PaperlinX/Robert Horne dtec range of vinyls, films, laminates and adhesives

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Woodley, Berkshire - CMYUK, a UK-based specialist in superwide digital print, has announced that it has signed an exclusive deal with ATP Adhesive Systems AG to distribute its range of self-adhesive media for the digital print graphic market throughout the UK.  Formerly part of PaperlinX’s dtec media line, the range will now be marketed and sold by CMYUK under the original material manufacturer’s name.   

The ATP Adhesive Systems range from CMYUK comprises of the identical products to those formerly marketed under the dtec brand.  

On the announcement, Jon Price, Group Director at CMYUK comments: “We’re delighted to have secured the UK rights to the ATP brand, as we know the products are of the highest quality and have been sold in the UK for many years under the dtec brand.  Following PaperlinX UK’s insolvency announcement, there were many businesses unable to access the media.  However, we’ve worked with ATP to ensure continuity for end-users and guarantee the uninterrupted supply of these leading products.”

ATP’s Managing Director, Daniel Heini, adds: “We are delighted to be entering the next phase in our company’s development cementing a new partnership with CMYUK.”

Jon Price continues: “In addition, under a separate agreement, CMYUK will be supplying the exact same polyester display films that previously appeared under the dtec brand.  Customers can continue to print, finish and display with the roll-up, pop-up, back-lit films and synthetic papers they trust by contacting us.”

 

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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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