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New edition of Spandex Essentials Catalogue available in July

New edition of Spandex Essentials Catalogue available in July

 Spandex has announced that a new and exciting edition of its Essentials Product Guide will be available on 1 July.

“In this edition, we have some fantastic and exclusive new paint protection films from STEK, available in Australia for the first time,” says Ben McCauley, Managing Director at Spandex.

“Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film will present 18 new colours which have been added to its range and an extended warranty of up to 300% on selected films. From ImagePerfect, we feature three unique specialty laminates, specifically designed for antimicrobial, UV print and highly abrasive applications.

“With new hardware solutions from HP and Mimaki, our national sales and services teams are ready to help with your next investment. All your favourite printing and ink technologies are included in this update, including; latex, eco-solvent, and UV. 

“ImageBond is proud to release a premium ACM that has been tested and approved under Australia's most stringent fire test, AS ISO 9705-2003. In addition to this, ImageBond will soon release a new product optimised for Latex ink technologies, helping our customers to enhance their applications,” he adds. 

It was also announced that prices for many products will increase this year.

“Many Australian companies involved in distribution, 2021 has not been kind with countless pricing pressures from raw materials, freight and container availability. Our worldwide partners have also experienced extreme pressures, and as a result, prices for many products will increase between 2% and 5%,” says Ben. “The Spandex team are always on hand to assist, and we will continue to support your business and our business community in rebuilding together.”

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