Roland DG renews long relationship with historical Granthams
Roland DG has appointed Granthams as a supplier for TrueVis large format printer/cutter solutions, the next stage in a long relationship between the two companies.
Based in Preston, Granthams has a distinguished history stretching back to 1890 when William Grantham founded a signwriting business in Blackpool. In the next 120 years the company expanded to become a pioneer in signmaking technology, backing the 20th century's biggest innovations such as Perspex, Apple computer graphics systems and the first solvent printers to hit the UK market. Indeed, Granthams has previously been a Roland dealer and notes the pioneering evolution of the two brands into the era of digital inkjet printing.
With a loyal customer base comprising signage and graphics companies, and exhibition, display and vehicle graphics specialists, this well established business is perfectly placed to again represent Roland in these markets. Many of Granthams's existing customers already use Roland machines, so the renewed partnership will offer them more exciting opportunities to explore Roland's latest wide format systems.
Kirsty Reader, general manager at Granthams, commented: ‘Granthams has had a very long history with Roland and we feel the TrueVis VG2 will complement our premium range, helping to ensure that our customers can make the best decision when investing in outdoor durable options.’
Along with the fast and powerful Roland Soljet Pro 4 XR-640 inkjet printer/cutter and the economical Roland TrueVis SG inkjet printer/cutter duo, Granthams will supply new Roland TrueVis VG2 solutions.
The TrueVis VG is a next generation print and cut solution, featuring more than 40 enhancements over previous models, including TR2 ink with orange for groundbreaking colour reproduction and certification from the industry's leading media suppliers.
Kirsty noted her stand out elements of the TrueVis VG2, saying: ‘Prints from the new Roland VG2 printer/cutter are ready for lamination in as little as six hours and the machines require less frequent maintenance and cleaning. Plus, the 500 ml ink sacks don't have an expiry date making them even more cost efficient.’
She added, ‘Customers are welcome to book a demonstration of the Roland TrueVis VG2 at our Preston office, where they will receive our unbiased advice based on their needs.’