Australian provider of products and services to the textile, heat transfer, dye sublimation, direct to garment, digital solvent and screen-printing industries, GJS, has been named as Roland DG’s partner of the year.
The accolade is one of four distinctions awarded to GJS by Roland DG as part of its annual partner awards program.
GJS was also awarded outstanding achievement awards for Highest Sales Growth; Roland Rental and UV Personalisation Sales – an accolade GJS has been awarded for four years in a row.
“I speak for the entire team when I say that we are all incredibly humbled and proud to be recognised by Roland DG for our continued efforts to foster growth of digital decoration technology here in Australia,” GJS managing director Greg Stone said.
“What makes us prouder is to achieve year-on-year growth in several categories, especially with the challenges that COVID-19 has created in the last two years for our industry.”
With over 42 years’ experience, GJS provides solutions including equipment, consumables, training and support. Headquartered in Revesby, NSW, GJS serves customers throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Stone said GJS has been working diligently to educate the market on the potential for profit from the digital decoration and customisation industry for many years.
“More and more people are expecting personalised experiences in their lives, from marketing and advertising, to personalised products and customised gifts. As a result, GJS has been able to help many of its customers capitalise on what it calls the ‘customisation revolution’ with relevant solutions from Roland DG that allow them to truly profit from print,” he said.
Roland DG Australia managing director John Wall said GJS won the accolades as it embodies the Roland DG philosophy of not just selling products but providing a full customer experience and business ready solutions backed up by a range of value-added services, and customer support.
“We have witnessed first-hand their impressive growth over our 13-year partnership and hope to continue this for many years to come,” he said.
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