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Printwear and Promotion 2018 to be ‘biggest yet’

Printwear and Promotion Live 2018, which takes place from January 21st to 23rd, has revealed it will have over 150 stands and more than 20 new exhibitors providing solutions for visitors, making it its biggest show to date.

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The Magic Touch will launch the new Hobstar heat press and Insta 256 Plus at the event

Midwest Machinery will be displaying the new range of Type 3 embroidery machines, including the recently launched twelve-head.

ETC Supplies will be showcasing the magnetic Mighty Hoops, Durkee EZ Framing device, and a range of new embroidery frames, framing tables, and tools to keep machinery in its best condition.

SWF Embroidery Machines (YES Ltd) will be demonstrating the new KS series, said to be the fastest embroidery machine on the market.

Michelle Reece, marketing manager at YES Ltd, explains: “We are twice as excited about this year’s show as we will be exhibiting our wide range of products on two facing stands, with SWF, Ricoma, and Spangle on stand H22.

The show is now recognised as an annual launch pad for new equipment and once again the event will not disappoint in this regard

“This will enable us to separate our brands and allow visitors to focus on their specific industry with our sales and technical team on board to offer support and advice.”

Tony Gardner, event director of Printwear and Promotion Live, says: “The show is now recognised as an annual launch pad for new equipment and once again the event will not disappoint in this regard.

“With over 40 stands featuring decoration kit and many first showings, visitors will be able to witness the latest technology in action and see ways to improve garment decoration production.”

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