Classic Lines expands with metallic addition
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By News Desk
17 February 2011
Classic Lines Plus Signs's VersaCamm VS-640 is the latest in a series of Roland machines that it has used
Mansfield-based Classic Lines Plus Signs has commented on the diversity it intends to offer its customers following the recent purchase of a VersaCamm VS-640 print-and-cut unit with white and metallic ink from Roland DG.
The family-run sign-making business was founded in 1984 as a company specialising in customised striping for cars, before expanding into logos and vehicle decorations, and later signage and display. Classic Lines grew further when Nichola Johnson joined her parents, Pete and Sylvia Colman, a year ago.
Johnson comments: "The past twelve months have seen the company move into new and innovate display markets, as well as continuing to service its sign buying customers. Now that we've added to our diverse range of manufacturing power with the addition of the Roland VersaCamm VS-640, there's no limit to the eye-catching options which we can produce in-house."
She adds: "I'm thoroughly enjoying developing my own knowledge and flair for making great signs and displays and I'm looking forward to maximising the power and capabilities of our latest Roland machine."
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