Xpres launches new website to meet demand of larger printers

Xpres has launched Xpres Plus, a new website to meet the demands of medium to larger printing businesses.

Xpres Plus showcases an extensive collection of wide format equipment. From sublimation printers and heat presses to calenders, they are geared up to meet the needs of a variety of different enterprises.

The calender press range is stocked using industry leading machines from the likes of Diferro and Texpres. There is also a large, diverse choice of printers from Mimaki, Roland and Epson, as well as heat presses from the likes of Adkins and Sefa. All equipment from Xpres Plus is designed to deliver high volume printing for an efficient, cost effective solution to meet more intensive requirements.

Damon Piall, Xpres sales director, said: “We’re all very excited for this launch as Xpres Plus has been a long time in the making, yet feels very much a natural progression for Xpres.

“Over the years, Xpres has helped literally thousands of customers start their first business. With a combination of support and our existing product portfolio, many have developed into very sizable operations producing high volumes of personalised product and decorated garments. Some even manufacture their own textile goods from scratch in-house, using a range of roll to roll print and finishing machinery.

“To match our customer’s needs and ambitions, Xpres has also grown substantially in size and skill over the last few years. We soon realised that our product offering needed to expand towards more production level textile equipment to coincide with our customers’ requirements. So, whether they produce thousands of metres of digitally printed fabric rolls per week, or run successful ecommerce personalisation web platforms shipping high volumes of printed garments per day, we needed to be able to offer solutions to make all of this a possibility for them. That’s where Xpres Plus comes in!

“Xpres Plus is still managed from our headquarters here in Castle Donington. It serves as a shop window for production level equipment where some of our large customers may find solutions more befitting of their needs. The website is a brand new platform and will continue to grow in content over the coming weeks.

“If you’re looking to move into volume production of anything textile, garment decoration, retail POS displays or volume personalisation of any sort, then Xpres Plus will have the level of equipment to make that all possible, with an unrivalled support structure to ensure everything runs smoothly from day one.”

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