Screen Australia managing director Akira Hayakawa said: “Starleaton has great market penetration because of its extensive range of consumables for both roll-feed and flatbed. Their staff are very experienced and competent in wide-format, so we have been able to reach an agreement where they can offer Screen wide-format presses to a broader range of customers.”
The companies commenced their partnership at last month’s PrintWorks show; entrance signage was printed using Starleaton’s Enviroboard MR material on a Truepress Jet 2500UV.
Starleaton managing director Ben Eaton said his company was “delighted” to add the machines to its portfolio.
“We began by running tests on the Screen Truepress Jet 2500UV and were amazed at the image quality achieved on several of our flexible and rigid substrates. We looked deeper into Screen’s range and found the build, reliability and reputation was just what our more quality-conscious customers wanted,” he said.
The deal covers Victoria, NSW, ACT and Queensland. Screen’s wide-format range will continue to be available through TEK in Western Australia and South Australia.
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