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Signarama Tuggerah will run a sustainable print and signage showcase for customers next Thursday, highlighting its new HP Latex wide-format print technology.

25 per cent growth: Gary and Melissa Marshall with the new HP.
Sustainable showcase: Gary and Melissa Marshall with the new HP Latex 800W

The company is inviting its existing and potential customers to view the new HP Latex 800W, which prints with water-based ink, including white. Co-owner Gary Marshall said, “Water based inks are recyclable, which is important to customers, and especially when printed onto the media that are now emerging that are themselves recyclable, like the new PVC-free vinyl that is coming out.”

The showcase will take place next Thursday from 3pm-7pm, with afternoon bites and drinks served to attendees.

Originally founded in 2007, the print house was acquired in early 2019 by husband-and-wife duo Melissa and Gary Marshall. Marshall says that since introducing the HP Latex 800W to the business it has experienced a 25 per cent revenue increase and business growth.

The Central Coast region on NSW, in which Tuggerah is located, is becoming a rapidly developing industrial and residential hub, thanks to its proximity to Sydney and to the road and rail networks, and its much lower cost of land compared to Sydney, which is only 60-90 minutes away.

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