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Becky Mansfield

Festive File Copy Fun! Nutcracker hanging decs are on their way…

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We've gone nuts this Christmas and created our very own Fine Print Nutcrackers who will be marching their way to you throughout December in all manner of goodies! In fact, our Nutcracker hanging decs are jumping into file copies right now - perfect for hanging on your Christmas tree or laptop! From Christmas wrap to chocolate boxes, Christmas card and larger-than-life giant Nutcracker cut-outs in our reception, we know you're going to love these jolly chaps just as much as we enjoyed creating them! We hope these festive Nutcrackers bring you lots of luck and happiness for 2018! Have a Cracking Christmas from all at Fine Print.
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Bespoke online ordering platform for Salvation Army

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Fine Print have created a bespoke online ordering system for the Salvation Army, enabling regional managers to order point-of-sale (POS) and marketing materials for their charity shops throughout the UK. This new online platform allows stock items to be ordered, whilst also printing, picking and packing online orders such as posters and flyers that can be personalised to individual charity…

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Epson SC80600

New high performance roll-to-roll printer

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Never ones to be left behind by printing technology, we’ve added an Epson SureColour SC-S80600 to our Graphic Display printing armoury. This high-performance printer offers additional colour inks, such as orange, red, metallic and white for a variety of print applications. The SC-S80600 roll-to-roll printer also has an advanced drying system and delivers exceptionally high quality, waterproof results. Simon Thompson,…

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February File Copy Fun…

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This month you’ll find a new file copy gift, just to say…thank you! Have some fun this February with our file copy face coasters, the perfect place to rest your cuppa, but also great fun to wear and share! Guaranteed to liven up the office on a cold and dreary February day…

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