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One thread, unlimited colours

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to no longer stock hundreds of cones of thread and to have an unlimited gamut of colours available to you instantly? Well wonder no more for instant thread colouring machine Coloreel is about to hit the UK embroidery market and it …

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Winning a workwear contract

Adrian Burton of South East Workwear, AKA Ask Ady the Workwear Reviewer, provides some all important advice on how to win those workwear contracts. For more of Ady’s advice head over to www.askady.com. Winning a workwear contract can be difficult at the best of times, but these days the market …

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It’s a family affair

Warehouse moves, new brands and plans, P&P editor Melanie Attlesey talks about it all with Sanjay and Neil Jheinga of Absolute Apparel. A little bit of then and now Absolute Apparel was founded 13 years ago by Sanjay and Neil’s father Frank Jheinga. Frank’s background in the garment distribution sector …

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Get tactical with your workwear

Regatta Professional has launched a new workwear brand called Tactical Threads. Billed as a workwear collection that bridges the gap between style and performance, Jemma Millward marketing assistant, provides an insight into this new brand on the printwear scene. Q. Firstly, can you tell our readers in a nutshell what …

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Can dress down still be a uniform?

Offices up and down the country are increasingly introducing dress down Fridays which seemingly encourages a more relaxed working environment. But can dressing down still be a uniform? P&P editor Melanie Attlesey finds out. A recent survey of 2,000 British workers carried out by Travelodge found that only one in …

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5* London hotel supports UK manufacturer

In the heart of London’s fashionable Marylebone, The Landmark London is a 5* deluxe hotel which is renowned for its stunning glass-roofed, eight-storey atrium with towering palm trees and award-winning restaurant. The hotel boasts luxurious bedrooms and an indoor pool and spa. The Landmark London opened its doors in July …

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The towel master

Self-described as a master of one trade rather than a jack of all, Bursali Towels (UK) has recently invested in a DGI FT-1908 high speed transfer sublimation printer to triple production. P&P editor Melanie Attlesey catches up with sales and marketing director Steve Vallender to find out more. Bursali Towels …

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Where print takes off

This year’s global print exhibition FESPA returns to Berlin, where it was last held in 2007. This year the theme ‘where print takes off’ encapsulates the role the exhibition takes in the industry. FESPA’s exhibitions director, Roz Guarnori, explains where you should make the trip to Germany this May. Q. The …

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Growing on-demand

News of the launch of Kornit’s new HD printing technology landed in January and now on-demand print specialist Inkthreadable has installed the first Avalanche Hexa HD6 in Europe. This installation follows close on the heels of Blackburn-based Inkthreadable’s purchase of a Kornit Storm Hexa in August last year. Now the …

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All set for the future

The arrival of 2018 saw many new developments for family run RDM Gregg. An £800,000 investment in new screen printing equipment and a new print unit will ensure the company can continue to maintain its position as one of the leading garment decorators in East Anglia for many years to …

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