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By News Desk
11 July 2011

Peter Harrison from The Printing House and SpanSet's Eunice Williams and the new wall graphics

SpanSet has revamped its Height Safety and Specialist Access Training School in Cheshire, UK with digitally printed, photographic wallpaper from The Printing House. The full-height covering, which is set to be one of several such displays in the facility, was printed on a Mimaki JV33 ink-jet printer onto a digital wallpaper stock.

"We asked The Printing House to deliver the 'wow' factor – and we've got exactly what we wanted," says SpanSet marketing manager Eunice Williams on the display, which Mimaki's UK and Ireland distributor Hybrid Services adds hits visitors 'instantly' when they enter the reception area.

"It's created an environment that lets visitors know exactly why they're here and very easily communicates the three main areas of our business."

Williams adds that the display reinforces SpanSet's position as an at-height training provider, working with businesses including sign-makers and graphics installation companies. "As everyone knows – first impressions last," she says.
 

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