Industry consumable supplier Orafol Australia is well underway in establishing a 'Creative Hub' within its Erskine Park, NSW office/warehouse complex. Wideformat Online was treated to a sneak preview while the graphics were still going up on the walls and glass and the special car-wrapping station was being fitted out.
|Orafol Australia HQ recently moved into the above new premises in Western Sydney|
Experienced Technical Marketing Manager Trent Byrnes is Orafol's overseer of the new facility, which will be a very customer-focused area for training, creativity and demonstration of Orafol's extensive range of sign, display and safety materials.
|Orafol Australia MD Alex McClelland|
Orafol does not supply hardware but a brand new Roland DG printer and a laminator have been installed to show the printed excellence of Orafol materials. Vehicle wrapping and paint replacement films are a major focus and the intention is to conduct Orafol Academy certified wrapping courses, which have proved very successful in the USA and Europe.
"We hope to have everything ready by Australia Day," says local Managing Director Alex McClelland, adding "give or take a week or two in these disrupted times."
It was too early to take photographs when Wideformat Online visited but suffice to say, It's all looking fantastic, spacious and will undoubtedly live up to its 'Creative Hub' name when the opening day arrives and we can sing its praises.
Orafol films, reflective materials and tapes are made to exacting standards at its German site at Orienberg, close to Berlin.
The company employs over 2,300 people globally and has sales of over AUD$1 billion annually.