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Ball & Doggett announces Display & Visual 2020 Product Catalogue

Ball & Doggett announces Display & Visual 2020 Product Catalogue

Ball & Doggett has announced its Display & Visual 2020 Product Catalogue. With an extensive wide format media offering, the catalogue includes some of the world’s largest leading brands such as Avery Dennison, Yupo, Katz, Catalina and more. In addition, it lists a strong array of house brands to suit all budgets.

The catalogue includes a listing of all media and substrates carried under the Display & Visual portfolio. Products are classified into key applications; backlit, banners, hardware, magnetic, paper & boards, rigid media, self-adhesive vinyl, synthetic, textiles, repositionable media and aqueous solutions, to make the readers experience trouble free and helps in allowing them to make an informed decision.

“We’re also excited to incorporate a dedicated environmental eco-friendly range to our catalogue. This comes at the request from brand-users and consumers seeking alternative solutions to fight the growing environmental problems we have relating to plastics and their long decomposition. Our range of fibre based substrates, where end users can dispose the printed piece in a regular recycling bin at the end of a campaign and reducing landfill waste, is increasingly growing,” says Leigh Hooper, National Manager – Display & Visual at Ball & Doggett.

The Display & Visual 2020 Product Catalogue contains a product overview section at the beginning, to offer readers a quick summary of all the products carried. Each product is identified (where applicable) with its compatible printing technology.

The catalogue is intended to also inspire and generate readers to look beyond their main business activity and look at products normally not considered therefore opening up opportunities for themselves and their clients.

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