Mac Papers Opens Wide-Format Demo Center in Atlanta Area
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - February 14, 2018 - Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the Southeast U.S., announced today the grand opening of a wide-format demo center at its Atlanta branch located at 460 Riverside Parkway, Lithia Springs, Ga. The demo facility houses wide-format printing equipment and substrates from best-in-class suppliers.
“We’re pleased to now offer our Atlanta-area customers the opportunity for hands-on experience with equipment and media used in the growing wide-format market,” said Marty Davis, director of wide-format and graphics for Mac Papers. “Our demo center showcases the latest solvent and dye sublimation wide-format print equipment from top suppliers including Roland and Mutoh as well as the finishing equipment and substrates that perform best with each piece of equipment.”
Mac Papers also provides training, services and support to help customers maximize the effectiveness of their wide-format equipment. The company’s wide-format experts analyze all stages of workflow, from creation to pressroom, recommending ways to optimize the entire process.
“Wide-format printing presents an exciting revenue opportunity for commercial printers and it’s a growing business for sign and display shops,” added Davis. “As part of our commitment to support the wide-format market and our customers that are expanding their capabilities, Mac Papers plans to operate a demo center within a four-hour drive of all the areas we serve throughout the Southeast.” The company opened a demo center at its headquarters location in Jacksonville in January, 2017, and plans to open additional centers within the company’s southeastern footprint in 2018.
The Mac Papers Atlanta branch wide-format demo center is open by appointment Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. To schedule a visit and demonstration, call 844-MAC-WIDE (844-622-9433), or email email@example.com.
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