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Soyang Hardware opens newly upgraded showroom

Soyang Hardware has opened its newly upgraded showroom in Cambridgeshire

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Soyang Hardware has opened its new showroom in Cambridgeshire

Supplier of wide- and superwide-format print hardware, Soyang Hardware, has opened its newly upgraded showroom in Cambridgeshire.

Formerly the Josero site, the new facility is just 20 minutes from Cambridge and features a range of hardware from manufacturers such as Fujifilm, Ricoh, and Mimaki.

Featuring at the premises are Fujifilm’s Acuity Prime Hybrid LED UV machine capable of both rigid and roll-to-roll printing; the Ricoh Pro Latex L5160e featuring three staggered Ricoh printheads; and several of Mimaki’s wide-format printers. Also included in the lineup is the KeenCut Steeltrak.

As well as experiencing live machinery demonstrations, visitors to the Soyang Hardware  showroom can speak with experts about how the technology can help their businesses to succeed.

The Cambridgeshire facility is in addition to Soyang’s existing Accrington showroom which opened in March 2023. This site houses a range of printing equipment, sewing machinery, flatbed printers, routers, and cutters.

“We’re delighted to be opening another specialist showroom, allowing visitors from the south of the UK and further afield to find out more about our leading range of hardware solutions and how they can support their businesses moving forward,” says Sarah Fenna, sales director (Hardware Division) of Soyang Hardware.

Fenna adds: “While we are always happy to speak with visitors over the phone about our portfolio of machines, nothing quite beats seeing the technology in action. The upgraded showroom allows new and existing customers to get up close with some of our most popular solutions.”

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