Hudson, MA (PRWEB) August 14, 2014
Grand Image, Inc. has seen great potential in Bus Panel Advertising over the past year due to its investment of the ATC UV60 Liquid Laminator machine.
Lamination is one of the most popular and cost-effective methods to protect printed materials. The industry long time standard in high-volume large-format trade laminators has been lamination films. However, this method can be costly and slow. That is why Grand Image, Inc. invested in the ATC UV60 Liquid Laminator.
One application that stands out as a perfect fit for the liquid lamination method is that of Bus Panel Advertising for bus kings, bus queens, and bus tail graphics. “UV liquid lamination is a very cost effective way to make the finish of the printed board more uniform. This eliminates the banding caused by printer heads and adds a high gloss or matte finish, which allows us to turn around projects at a higher speed.” said Margaret Vosburgh, Marketing & Communications Associate for Grand Image, Inc.
According to the, Outside Advertising Association of America (2014), Bus Panel Advertising is made up of 205,426 displays alone. That is not including wrapped vehicles. This means that printed materials for these applications are still in demand. Print brokers will have a better chance of increasing their clients’ orders by understanding that the quickest and most cost effective way to furnish Bus Panel Advertising is with liquid lamination.
The grand format printing company is also known for its extensive list of products and services that includes large format roll-to-roll graphics for billboards, trade show displays, transit graphics, banners, posters, and fabric graphics. Grand Image, Inc. works with resellers of large format digital products. The company is based in Hudson, Massachusetts.