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GPT toasts to successful Printoberfest

Graphic Printing Technologies (GPT) has paid tribute to the success of this year’s edition of Printoberfest, explaining that more intimate themed events such as theirs really help it connect with its customer base and understand the challenges facing their business.

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Graphic Printing Technologies welcomed more than 30 guests to its special PrintoberFest wide-format print-focused event this year

GPT describes Printoberfest as an annual ‘festival of signs, display and graphics applications’, and this year it welcomed around 30 businesses looking for ways to boost their productivity and profitability.

Attendees were able to view machines from Mimaki and HP, as well as media from Mactac and 3M, as well as other solutions related to wide-format print production.

Rob Kaziewicz, general manager of GPT, comments: “This year, Printoberfest had a very positive feel to it. We had more than 30 guests who were keen to move their own businesses to the next level of productivity and profitability. 

“The broad range of machines we can now offer meant that we could talk in great detail about what the best solution would be for them based on cost, speed, service and versatility.”

We had more than 30 guests who were keen to move their own businesses to the next level of productivity and profitability


Adam Booth, national hardware sales manager at GPT, adds: “Printoberfest represented the start of an exciting new era for GPT. We are able to showcase a comprehensive portfolio of the industry’s best products. This enables our customers to make the best and most informed decisions to achieve success for their businesses. 

“We also have the size and resources to provide long-term end-to-end relationships with customers that includes hardware, consumables, software, training and unrivalled technical support.” 


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