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i-Sub Digital sets the stage for further expansion with office move and open day events

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Kettering, UK - With a comprehensive range of printing, cutting and laminating equipment and software from world-class manufacturers including Mimaki, Agfa, Zünd, Vivid and Onyx, Kettering-based i-Sub is ideally placed to recommend and install the very best printing solutions for almost every wide format print requirement, as well as specialist packaging applications.  

In November 2015 – to further build on its success and to meet the next phase of growth – i-Sub moved into new premises, more than tripling its previous floor and warehouse space. Purchasing the new 10,000 sq. ft. facility was just the beginning of the journey. During a four-month long project, the entire building – both inside and out – was renovated and altered structurally to accommodate two new demonstration centres. 

Following this extensive renovation project, current and potential i-Sub customers will be given the chance to see the new facility themselves at a series of open days which will take place at the end of October, with exact dates set to been confirmed shortly.

i-Sub Managing Director, Andy Spreag, explains: “After more than 15 years dealing with us, customers have come to expect certain standards from i-Sub and we wouldn’t want to disappoint them. We strived to create the very best modern but functional environment for our clients and our staff that made everyone feel comfortable and welcome.”

Andy continues: “We get visitors coming to us every day to see demonstrations of our printers and gain insight from our expert team. We chose Kettering as our base because we run a UK-wide operation and it is the perfect central hub position, situated by the A14, M1 and M6 major roads. We are easily accessible from both London and Manchester, and perfectly situated for visitors by road or rail. 

“We offer everything that a wide format print specialist could possibly require, including Agfa, Mimaki, EFI Reggiani, Epson and Dgen printers, and finishing equipment from Zünd, Summa, Monti Antonio and Vivid. We also offer a full range of inks for all of the printers we supply as well as substantial consumables range from Metamark, Soyang, Coldenhove and ourselves.  

“Our popular and innovative own-brand Digi-Foil produces amazing foil effects without the high cost and time constraints of traditional hot foiling methods. We’ve got a lot to show and talk about and our new building is the perfect showcase for everything in our portfolio. 

i-Sub’s friendly and welcoming persona is underpinned by a highly professional operation with specialist, completely customer-focused staff who are experienced in multiple print disciplines and can discuss any customers’ needs in depth. With two showrooms dedicated to all things wide format − from Digi-Foil to 3.2m wide UV printing – and all applications covering textile printing, i-Sub has everything perfectly presented, with enough space for customers to get the best view of the machines in operation. 

Andy concludes: “Our customer base is as varied as it’s possible to be, printing on everything from T-shirts to wallpapers to packaging to smartphone covers, and as a result we’ve become experts in the broadest range of uses for our portfolio. We’ve secured our success by building long-term relationships and working hard to earn our customers’ trust. 

“Business continues to be brisk. We’re set to grow with our existing customers, and welcome new ones to our showrooms. The series of open day events being planned for the end of October will enable people to come and find out for themselves what i-Sub can do to help build their future prosperity.”

 

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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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