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ProCo hails CMYUK influence as growth continues

Print service provider ProCo has paid tribute to materials supplier CMYUK and its PONGS products, revealing that the solutions have played a major role in its transition into the wide-format print market.

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Carl Jackson, large-format print manager at ProCo, bills CMYUK as a “great company for innovation”

ProCo has been active in the small-format sector for some time, but began its journey into wide-format four years ago. The company is now running an Agfa Jeti Tauro H2500 LED printer and Agfa Anapurna RTR3200i, as well as a Crest RSC3200 X-Y cutting system, a Matic Cronos Ultimate sewing station and a Bobis Multi-Applicator.

The firm also uses a range of materials from the CMYUK PONGS range, such as PONGS PrintTex Artist Mambo to produce freestanding, double-sided tension prints.

ProCo’s large-format print manager, Carl Jackson, says that across a two-month period, the firm produces over 3,000 prints, measuring 1800 x 500mm each, and switching to the Mambo material has helped save approximately £10,000.

If you really want to wow a customer on a project, CMYUK has a lot of these kinds of products, not just run of the mill materials like a number of other suppliers have

“CMYUK has a niche product range, and they have very specific materials particularly with the PONGS range with its acoustic fabrics for example,” he says.

“If you really want to wow a customer on a project, CMYUK has a lot of these kinds of products, not just run of the mill materials like a number of other suppliers have. They also offer very competitive pricing for normal standard stock.”

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