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Fleetmark and Tango Visuals invest in Canon at Currie Group Sign and Display event

Currie Group hosted a highly successful “by appointment” three day Sign and Display Open House at their new Sydney Showroom in Macquarie Park last week.

Currie Group’s new Sydney demonstration centre features floor to ceiling printed graphics including faux brick patterns, courtesy of Orafol Australia who used ORAJET 3169 vinyl printed through a Canon Colorado M-series  UVgel roll printer and EFI Pro 30h LED UV 3.2 metre hybrid roll/flatbed device. The new demonstration centre has the EFI, Canon Colorado and HP Indigo models all on working display.

While the event celebrated the recent announcement of Currie Group’s new partnership with Canon Production Printing, Currie Group also invited a group of select sign and display software and consumables partners to the event, including Orafol, Eurotech, DFlow, Corex, Neolt, Coritex.

Currie Group's Wide Format Divisional Manager Paul Whitehead remarked on how great it was to have a well-appointed Sydney showroom, as he congratulated Fleetmark of Dandenong South, Melbourne on buying the first Canon Colarado M-Series from Currie Group since its recent appointment as a Canon reseller. Fleetmark also have two EFI wide format machines, which Currie Group also represents.


Fleetmark celebrates the arrival of a Canon Colorado M-Series with Paul Whitehead


Tango Visuals was also present to celebrate their purchase of a new Canon Arizona 135GT. Tango Visuals of Bayswater North, Victoria, was founded over 20 years ago by brothers Andy and David Tierney to service the needs of some of Australia's largest brands including the AFL and TAB. The Arizona 135GT prints edge-to-edge on 125 x 250cm rigid boards. This is the first time Tango Visuals has invested in a flat bed printer.

L-R David Tierney Tango Visuals, Paul Whitehead Currie Group, Andy Tierney Tango Visuals


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