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Atlantic to expand customer base

Atlantic Tech Services has rolled out a new e-commerce website and extended its existing platform, as it seeks to grow its customer base by reaching out to a wider audience.

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The new platform includes information about the Azon printers, after Atlantic Tech Services became UK distributor for the range earlier this year. Pictured: the Matrix DTS model

Visitors to the site will be able to place an order online via a new system, which Atlantic says will increase both the flexibility and times available for this process.

The move comes after Atlantic was appointed as the UK distributor for Azon printers, and the new site includes details about this kit and displays all of the key specifications for customers. Visitors can view the complete range of Azon UV, direct-to-garment, and direct-to-substrate machines.

Visitors to the site will be able to place an order online via a new system, which Atlantic says will increase both the flexibility and times available for this process  


Also featured on the new website are the new Ricoh Ri3000 and Ri6000 textile printers, as well as Neolt trimmers, vertical cutters, welders, Graphtec plotters and cutters, and both Neolt and Easymount laminators.

Other features include customers having the option to call up previous orders and repeat this as a new order for inks and or consumables, with the site accepting all major credit cards.


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