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New products added to popular VION VP3000 range at Barnard Castle-based William Smith


Trade supplier to the sign and graphics industry, William Smith is pleased to announce new additions to its VION three-year digital print range due to rising demand.

The VION VP3000 Series of monomeric calendared digital printing films has proven hugely popular amongst UK signmakers since its launch in February earlier this year.

This is partly due to the films featuring clear, solvent based pressure-sensitive adhesive and a high quality 140gsm double-sided PE coated liner that gives excellent stability during printing and handling.

To date VP3000 Series has been limited to gloss white and gloss transparent face films – but now, several new options have been added to enhance the range and provide customers with more choice.

They include a gloss white film with grey permanent or removable adhesives, matt white film with grey removable adhesive and a matt clear film with permanent adhesive, which can be used as a base film or overlaminate.

As with the existing options in the VP3000 range, all new products are available in 1370mm x 50m and 1520mm x 50m sizes.

Chris Bradley, Marketing Manager at William Smith, said: “We’re delighted to be able to expand our ever-popular VION VP3000 Series to meet the demands of our customers. The new options provide more choice on finish and adhesive types to give added flexibility.”

With a durability of three years, VION VP3000 Series is suitable for application to flat and slightly curved surfaces and is ideally suited to short to medium term promotional signage and short term vehicle graphics.

The new additions to VP3000 Series are available to purchase now exclusively from William Smith ex-stock, with same day despatch provided on orders received before 6.00pm.

For further information, call the Sales Office on 01833 690305, e-mail vion@williamsmith.co.uk or visit www.vionfilms.co.uk.

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