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Trimwel Ltd, who celebrate 25 years of supplying the sign and print industry in Ireland this year, has just launched a new online brochure. The company, based in the Sandyford Industrial Estate in Dublin, markets a wide range of signs, sign materials, plotters and software as well as ink and consumables.


3M Floor Graphic IJ 160-10 supplied by Trimwel3M Floor Graphic IJ 160-10 supplied by TrimwelThe online brochure, entitled ‘The Professional’s Choice’ is designed to highlight Trimwel’s wide range of products from well-known industry names such as, 3M, Metamark, Spandex, Cosign, Spirit Displays, Triangle, Contra Vision and many more.

Nick Little, MD of Trimwel said he was delighted with the response the new brochure has received from the market.

''Trimwel has some quite unique products that appeal to both sign makers and printers,” he said. “The feedback from our customers and suppliers has been amazing. We have tried to mix the more unusual products with the everyday items to give the customer a brochure that makes for some good reading.''

Little added:

“One of the new products that we are promoting is a vehicle wrap film from 3M that does not need laminating and is available in different metal effects. This is very new to the Irish market and is the kind of product that can add value to any vehicle wrap. Also, textile banners are becoming more and more common and we have an amazing new textile banner tensioning system called Spirit-TEX. This system allows for easy mounting of textile banners and is very easy to assemble.”

Trimwel’s new online brochure is proving to be very popular. However, if you would like a hard copy simply contact the following:

Tel: 00353 (0) 1 2940188

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