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Re-board – a highly-durable engineered flute cardboard for point-of-sale stands, exhibitions, billboards and commercial exposures – will be launched at this month’s Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney.
Halifax Vogel Group (HVG) will showcase the eco-friendly product alongside the latest product offerings from Alucobond Architectural and Octanorm Australia at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, 22-24 October.
With its patented sandwich construction, Re-board provides protection against moisture from the air to ensure perfect planar flatness even in humid conditions, a unique characteristic for a paper based material.
“Re-board is an amazingly lightweight yet strong substrate that can be used for a multitude of internal and external applications, both as a construction material and visual display material. The product comes with a range of accessories to support creative designs and it is ideal for the growing digital flatbed printing market,” said Richard Lucas, Business Manager – Graphics, Halifax Vogel Group.
HVG will also use the Visual Impact Image Expo as a platform to present its broad range of display substrates from Alcan Composites, including Dilite, Forex Classic, Forex Smart, Forex Print, Gatorfoam and Foamcore, and self adhesive films and banner media.
Alucobond Architectural will share the stand with HVG, introducing expo visitors to the new range of colour finishes for DIBOND, its market leading aluminium composite material.
Joining the already extensive colour palette are Anthracite Mirror, Gold Mirror, an all-new lighter shade of Copper Butlerfinish and the realistic Wedge, Maple, Walnut and Rosewood finishes of Dibond Décor.
Octanorm Australia will have its own stand alongside HVG and Alucobond Architectural – which are all divisions of Halifax Vogel Group – demonstrating its comprehensive range of exhibition, retail and display systems.
A highlight of the Octanorm Australia exhibit will be the Vario d400 pop-up system, a compact modular alternative to the standard pop up stand featuring anodised aluminium end caps to allow for accessories such as literature and product shelves, display screens and bag holders.
“The Visual Impact Image Expo is the perfect platform to showcase new products, such as Re-board and the d400 pop-up system, as well as demonstrate the extent of HVG’s established product range, which includes everything from graphics media and decorative building products to aluminium composite material and exhibition systems,” said Bruce Rayment, CEO, Alucobond Architectural and Octanorm Australia.
The Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney aims to attract more than 5000 attendees interested in the signage, printing, graphic, display and engraving industries over three days.
Visitors can see Halifax Vogel Group and Alucobond Architectural at stand I6 and Octanorm Australia next door at stand I7.
Halifax Vogel Group