Melville 'hoping to create better display boards'

9th August 2010

Melville has invested nearly £500,000 in a large format digital printer which it hopes will revolutionise the graphics service it is capable of providing to clients, the company has announced.

The exhibition and event service firm said the new purchase can print direct to substrate, including onto glass, acrylic, wood and fabric, which could mean more exciting display boards for event organisers.

Melville has also invested in a "state of the art profile" cutter, which Steve Comar, Melville's graphic director, said he hopes will enable the company to "take the service provided to clients to a new level".

"The printer will impact right across the spectrum of work produced by Melville and will enable us to enhance the look and feel of graphics in an event and exhibiting space."

Melville, which has won a number of Association of Exhibition Organisers awards over the last ten years, has offices in Birmingham, London, Manchester, Glasgow and Abu Dhabi.