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Avery Dennison lands distribution deal with Lampe

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Europe has entered into a new strategic partnership with Lampe Textiles.

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The distribution deal covers Europe, the Middle East and North Africa

Under the deal, Avery Dennison will become the sole distributor of Squid self-adhesive textile window films in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

The digitally printable Squid films are heat and moisture resistant, feature sun protection, and can be applied easily onto glass surfaces.

Films are available in six colours and, depending on colour, the film deflects between 25% and 36% of solar energy, allowing for cooler rooms during the summer months.

Alessandro Sacchi, product line director digital print at Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Europe, comments: “Avery Dennison has developed a very extensive – and growing – range of different window films, across architectural, retail and vehicle applications.

“This latest addition to our portfolio is the very first fabric that also acts as a self-adhesive curtain. It opens up new design options for interior designers and architects, and offers an excellent alternative to conventional films or net curtains.”

Johan Bonner, director of Squid, adds: “This new strategic partnership - a first step - means that architects and designers can count on easy access to innovative and high-quality products for interior design, along with outstanding production and installation partners.”

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