Drytac helps Globe Print produce 15km of pandemic graphics
Published: 2 October 2020 | No comments yet
Globe Print operates 10 wide-format printers at its 10,000sq ft print room in Marlow.
In just six months Buckinghamshire-based Globe Print has produced over 15km of Coronavirus-related graphics on a range of dedicated Drytac graphics products.
Established in January 2019 as a division of CSL, Globe Print operates 10 wide-format printers at its 10,000sqft print room in Marlow. The company also utilises a range of ink technologies, flatbed printers and finishing equipment.
In ordinary times the business produces signage, graphics, window films, banners, posters, floor graphics and personalised applications. Over the last six months, however, much of this work has been replaced by floor graphics designed for social distancing, directional and awareness communications in response to the pandemic.
So far, Globe Print has produced over 100,000 floor graphics for ‘basically just about every type of business’, says account director Nick Wintle. The print specialist has even supplied floor graphics for entire town centres and shopping streets, including for.
It is Drytac’s range of floor graphics media that has made all this possible, as global product manager Shaun Holdom explains, ‘Globe Print is just one print service provider who 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. We have made sure that Drytac inventory levels continue to be maintained to address demand going forward.’