Amaya opens new offices and showrooms in Nottingham

The new building

Amaya Sales UK has now moved into its purpose-built building in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, which features two showrooms, meeting and seminar rooms, and ample office space to allow for continued expansion.

One showroom will house the vast selection of garment decoration equipment that Amaya offers. This will include Melco modular embroidery machines, Texjet DTG printers, Roland Print & Cut, Roland UV printers, OKI White Toner printers, Stahls’ and Shulze heat presses, Forever Heat Transfer Paper and Sef Garment films. This showroom has been built to offer a relaxed way of seeing the equipment demonstrated, so existing customers, companies already working with garment decoration,  and new start-ups can make an informed decision of which equipment best suites their requirements to help grow their business.

The second showroom has been designed as a working industrial DTG garment printing factory. Customers looking at the major benefits of industrial digital print will be able to ‘test drive’ a Kornit system over one to two days. They can bring along their own garments and designs to carry out real time production. This unique offering has already convinced people that Kornit Digital is the right solution, even in the current unprecedented times.

The meeting room capable of holding around 20 people will be used for training and seminars when regulations permit.

Julian Wright, sales director of Amaya, said: “We are really excited to announce the completion of our new facility in Nottingham. At Amaya, we have always believed in empowering our customers with a better understanding and knowledge of our products, with demonstrations and comprehensive training. We are able to give them the best possible support and advice to help them grow their business.”

The showrooms are now fully open within COVID-19 guidelines.

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