Graphix Supply World will be revving it up at the Top Gear Festival in Durban, where they will exhibit their vehicle branding technology and company MD Robert Franco will compete in the festival’s V8 GT Challenge race on Saturday 15 June.
The festival takes place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban and includes an expo where Graphix Supply World will showcase the Mimaki CJV30-160 Solvent Printer, used for the production of vehicle branding; and TheMagicTouch printer, which is geared for entrepreneurs and able to print on anything from caps and golf balls to clothing and coffee mugs.
Franco, who has been racing cars for 25 years, said participating in the V8 GT Challenge was an ideal way for Graphix Supply World to be more involved in the Top Gear Festival. “We take speed seriously both on the track and in the print room, and by exhibiting and racing we intend to show we lead in both.”
Graphix Supply World also aims to extend its run of sales success at recent expos, including Sign Africa Cape Town and Markex, where it has racked up sales of R7.8million.
Graphix Supply World is Africa’s leading, one-stop-shop, digital solutions supplier to the print, packaging, signage, textile and graphics related industries. With over 15 years experience in the industry, Graphix Supply World has offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban and over 20 dealers throughout Africa offering the highest quality technology, display, media and inks at affordable prices.
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