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NEC Graph-fix secures Stackawraps deal

NEC Graph-fix has entered into a partnership which will allow them to produce Stackawraps under license. The Midlands-based large-format print outfit hopes that the move will set them apart from the rest of the market.

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NEC Graph-fix will manufacture Stackawraps products under license, at their 23,000 sq ft production site in Birmingham

Stackawraps was finding it difficult to fulfil an expanding list of orders and turned to NEC Graph-fix to solve the issue. The company build 3D models for brands and will utilise NEC Graph-fix's expertise in large-format production, 3D printing, and 3D cutting technologies. 

Richard Peter, managing director of Stackawraps, explains: “We are growing fast and need partners we can rely on, NEC Graph-fix are the perfect partners as they have all the equipment required under one roof. I was blown away after our first meeting by how professional and open to the opportunity the NEC Graph-fix team were. 

I am delighted to work with a UK business that's going global, we see fantastic opporuntity in the innovation Stackawraps brings to our marketing efforts 

“Our unique 3D systems are handmade, quality products requiring precision to produce, in NEC Graph-fix we have a massively capable, efficient, professional, and forward-thinking partner. I am thrilled to be working with them.”

Stackawraps has worked with major brands such as Coca Cola, Lucozade, and Heineken, and offers unique shelving schemes for stores. 

Managing director of NEC Graph-fix, Tim James, adds: “We love the Stackawraps system and have been following the company’s marketing and social media coverage for some time. I am delighted to work with a UK business that’s going global, we see fantastic opportunity in the innovation Stackawraps brings to our marketing efforts. We have already created substantial interest from our existing and prospective clients by producing and selling Stackawraps ourselves. We look forward to shared success.” 

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