Aarque Group, as one of the New Zealand’s multi-brand suppliers, has dominated the tradeshow floor with the arsenal of equipment and live demonstrations available to all visitors at the NZ Sign and Print Expo 2023.
The company has brough a wide range of equipment to this year’s edition of the NZ Sign and Print Expo to showcase its expertise across several verticals and the multitude of brands it represents in the region.
Visitors to Aarque Group’s stand can see a wide range of print samples produced on the latest Durst wide format and label machines, showcasing its quality and versatility.
The company has brought the Polar laminator and Roland DG VersaUV LEF2 Series offering direct printing onto a wide range of materials and objects.
Roland DG’s equipment is further expanded with the new Roland TrueVis AP-640 resin printer with fast drying inks and Roland TrueVis VG3-540 eco-solvent inkjet printer and cutter.
The company is also showcasing HP Latex 335 printing at 13 square metres an hour and HP Latex 800 W known for printing white without the complexity and with high levels of automation.
On the stand the visitors are also able to see the Epson SureColor S80600 designed to produce durable images with wide colour gamut at reduced cost and one of the most popular direct-top-garment printers, Epson SureColor F2160.
Asked about current market trends, Aarque Groups’s national equipment sales consultant Steve Wilton-Jones said, “We see strong interest across our customer bases in new products in terms of media. Our customers are looking for sustainable solutions to support their offering to their customer base.
“HP has been leading the charge in that area for a very long time, especially with the R series printers. On to a more sustainable products like corrugated, recyclable products, so customers are really driving that sort of sustainability, environmentally friendly products.”