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By News Desk
18 January 2011

The Berger micro-site simplifies the buying process for wide-format textile print companies, says CMYUK Digital

CMYUK Digital has launched a new micro-site to help its customers choose materials that are compatible with Berger products. The company has recently been appointed as the sole UK distributor of Berger wide-format textiles and says the website is a 'foolproof method' of selecting aspects such as application type, printer model, ink formulation and other, specific requirements.

The idea for a complementary micro-site arose after buyers of Berger products showed they required 'a quick and easy way' to choose fabrics which could be used with their existing machines.

Robin East of CMYUK Digital comments on the deal with Berger and the new micro-site: "For the first time, we have optimised the route to production of a vast range of applications which are well suited to the versatility of fabrics in preference to being output on conventional sign-making and display materials.

"Our new micro-site also encompasses the environmental drive towards more polyester-based materials and these also offer easier handling and potential for recycling. It complements our printer offerings perfectly and provides the perfect platform to everyone who wants to benefit from Berger's range of high-quality materials."
 

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