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Globe Print reaches social distancing milestone

Buckinghamshire-based print service provider Globe Print has experienced a significant upturn in demand for its services, revealing that it has so far printed 15km of social distancing graphics on Drytac media.

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Globe Print has produced over 100,000 floor graphics related to social distancing

The company produces a wide range of work, such as signage, graphics, window films, banners and posters, though with the reopening of shops, restaurants and bars, it has seen a big jump in demand for floor graphics.

These products are being used across a range of environments to encourage social distancing, as well as provide directional guidance and awareness communications to help keep people safe during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

So far, Globe Print has produced over 100,000 floor graphics for customers that include major and independent retailers, utility companies, Transport for London, the NHS, schools and adventure playgrounds.

“We offer a huge range, but the skill is in the application the products are used for,” says Nick Wintle, account director at Globe Print, adding: “There isn’t a typical client as we’re really keen to work with local businesses.

We offer a huge range, but the skill is in the application the products are used for,

“Some customers just order a pack of business cards, while some will want a full re-branding. But key names include Waitrose, NHS, Transport for London, Andretti Formula E Team, local authorities and a vast number of golf clubs.”

Among the Drytac products used for the graphics are Polar Grip/Interlam Pro Emerytex, FloorTac Plus, SpotOn Floor 200 and Drytac Polar PET 170.

Shaun Holdom, global product manager at Drytac, comments: “Globe Print is just one print service provider that has produced many miles of floor graphics using Drytac media in 2020, with demand expected to continue for the foreseeable future.

“Drytac’s manufacturing facilities in the UK and Canada have been working around the clock to produce our wide range of products designed specifically for floor graphics, including new media for outdoor applications and eco-friendlier PVC-free films.”

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