Industry supplier CCG has made some major change with a fresh logo and new building for 2023.
Directors Bryan Simpson and Mark Oudney purchased the business four years ago, and the new logo reflects their intention to keep moving it forward. Bryan says, “We have introduced the new CCG Ink Drop Logo for our garment decoration business.
“The highlights are that the icon has three parts to reflect our name and it has three parts to reflect the three parts of the business. In addition, it is a nod to the old logo and our New Zealand heritage.”
The company’s other big news is that it will move into a much bigger building in Albany early next year. Plans for the new building include a dedicated garment decorators retail and demonstration area; a larger more efficent warehouse; and more customer parking away from trucks and couriers.
Bryan adds, “We will have more details about the new building in the new year. Meanwhile, we have added Brother direct to film and direct to garment printers, alongside our tried and trusted Epson range. Brother has been at the forefront of DTG for 20 years, so it is great to have their printers, accessories and consumables available.
“We now have demo units of both the Brother and Epson Printers, as well as Viper pre-treatment machines and Vastex DTG dryers. This technology has come a long way and we look forward to discussing our end to end solutions with customers.”