Drytac Expands Sales Channels with Specialist Distributors
Drytac is delighted to announce it has appointed new specialist distributors and resellers to significantly increase its sales channels in the UK.
As a result of working in close partnership with many leading print manufacturers, Drytac has created exciting new opportunities in new and emerging markets for its customers. These relationships will be demonstrated at this week's Sign and Digital UK exhibition, where Drytac products will be in use on a number of stands.
Namely, Drytac's innovative sign and graphics materials will be in action on the stands of Epson (E30), Mimaki (F10), Ricoh (J30) and Roland DG (F30), while representatives from Drytac resellers Antalis (Stand H30), Granthams (A14) and Sabur (K10) will also be on hand at the show to answer questions about the extensive Drytac product range.
"We are really pleased that our products will be showcased on so many stands at Sign & Digital," says Steve Broad, sales director, Drytac. "We've been working in partnership with major printer manufacturers around the world and this has opened up a whole host of new markets and opportunities for Drytac and its customers to explore."
Drytac has appointed a number of new resellers to its network, who will each provide valuable skills and experience to Drytac customers who are seeking new business avenues or looking to improve their existing services.
Steve Broad comments: "We are determined to assist Drytac users in maximising the opportunities in these new markets, so it is with great enthusiasm that we welcome specialist resellers Perfect Colours, Soyang, Granthams, Sabur and CSL Digital to the Drytac distribution network, alongside our existing sales partner Antalis, in an expanded channel that can fully support the exciting developments in the UK wide-format digital print market."
Sign and Digital UK will take place at Birmingham's NEC from April 2nd to 4th 2019.
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