Lintec Europe, leading European supplier of printable window graphics, has announced that it will be exhibiting for the first time at SGI Dubai between 13th and 15th January 2019 (Stand 6-C95, Hall 6, World Trade Centre, Dubai). The company will be presenting its wide range of digitally printable window materials and vision control films. The 22nd edition of the show is the most-anticipated event of its kind in the MENA region for exhibitors and visitors in the Signage and Graphic Imaging industries.
Established in 1989 and celebrating their 30th anniversary next year, Signs Express has developed into the largest network of sign production centres in the UK and is growing at its fastest rate in more than 10 years. The addition of a centre opening in Salisbury is the fourth new centre the franchise has opened this year making a total of 67 centres across the UK.
The Tampa International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the U.S. And, like many large airports, it features numerous floor-to-ceiling windows – bringing Tampa’s often-sunny skies, inside. However, these clear glass windows also provide an open viewing pane of the airport’s tram railway system and, of course, any outdoor construction that may be in process. With a dual-purpose goal to create a window graphic that would let the sunlight in, but block out the tram and a new construction project, the airport turned to Trinity Graphic.
Window graphics can make a big impact for retailers, offices, cafes and plenty of other organisations. The right design, installed correctly using specialised materials, can make a bold and vibrant statement on both external windows and inside a building. Alternatively, window graphics can be used to provide privacy or to change the light within a space. It’s a thriving market for graphics companies and designers.