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FaberExposize UK commits to exhibitions

The wide-format business has created a dedicated events and exhibitions unit following a busy 2022

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The FaberExposize group employs over 700 people across its global production hubs

FaberExposize UK, a wide-format print group which supplies fabric and soft signage solutions, has created a dedicated events and exhibitions unit of its business.

After a successful and busy 2022, which saw the return and growth of many big events, FaberExposize UK has created a new space which houses many of its large-format equipment.

The past year saw the company expand its client base in the exhibition market as well as introduce a number of key measures that allowed the company to respond to the demand for quick and quality solutions for live events.

Managing director of FaberExposize UK and sister company Northern Flags Iain Clasper-Cotte, explains: “Having a dedicated unit ready to respond to the needs of a key industry cements us as a leading manufacturer of event and exhibition print. Because of the multiple dye-sublimation printers that we have, we can rapidly produce a variety of campaign materials on lightbox, blockout, and voile”.

In 2022 the company introduced a 24hr, 6 days-a-week factory operation model that allowed it to provide greater flexibility in recognising last-minute business demands.

The Avinci CX32000 dye-sublimation roll-to-roll printer is one of the additions to the new unit
The new unit is operated by a team of print and finishing operators, seamstresses, project managers, and exhibitions specialist Raj Dudwal. The team will work with equipment such as the Avinci CX3200 dye-sublimation roll-to-roll printer, Klieverik GTC101-3500 Calender, Zünd G3 cutter, and various sewing stations.

“One of our greatest assets is our staff that go above and beyond to deliver the best customer service and highest quality print,” adds Clasper-Cotte. “While having some of the best and newest equipment does have a positive effect on the quality of our print output, it is our staff that make things happen.

“Our clients love working with us and interacting with our staff which is the reason why we can retain existing customers and win over new ones”.

The latest business move comes after a year of changes including a factory expansion initiative, and new equipment purchases, as well as several industry awards.

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