After six months of planning and renovations, CCG has moved into its new, expanded headquarters in Albany, Auckland. It now offers a dedicated garment decorating showroom featuring DTF, heat transfer and screen printing equipment.
The new showroom at 13 Tarndale Grove, Albany, offers expanded production efficiency and office space as well as a dedicated Garment Decorating Showroom on the first floor featuring demo screen printing equipment, Brother and Epson DTF and DTG printers, heat transfer solutions, and more.
Bryan Simpson, director of CCG, said: “We are now fully operational in our new offices. A massive thank you to all our staff and contractors, who have worked incredibly hard to get it all done in a short time frame. Apologies to our customers who had to experience a little more disruption than we planned and also experience a few very tired employees stretched to breaking point.”
CCG is also launching a new range of CCG Heat Presses to complement Stahl’s heat press range, aimed at entry to mid-level customers offering a great quality-to-price ratio and a one-year warranty.
Simpson added: “We have limited stock right now as a lot have sold through already, but we are expecting more stock in late June. We are looking to expand the range very soon and will keep you updated.”
The company plans to launch the DTF station range of products in June, including a full range of A3+ to 24” printers, shakers, ovens, automatic cutters and heat presses.
“We will make more of a song and dance about it in the next few months, but we can now offer next-generation solutions for DTF printing. DTF Station is based and fully supported out of the United States and backed by industry-leading warranties,” concluded Simpson.