Meet the twins!

Meet the twins!

The latest additions to the Ballyprint family are a matching pair of Roland Truevis large format printers, as we continue to expand and develop our roster of top quality print solutions. The current situation with the Covid 19 pandemic has seen a massive increase in demand for large scale graphics, with companies everywhere implementing measures to keep staff and customers safe, and consequently requiring floor graphics, large posters, signage, sanitiser stations and much more. Ballyprint has been working flat out to provide bespoke solutions to our clients and allow them to safely return to work. Our new Truevis printers bring a welcome boost to productivity. As well as stunning ’true, rich colour’, we can print faster and wider, and the built in cutters make it quick and easy to provide finished print to ANY custom shape. So whether you’re returning to the workplace or simply looking for a large scale promotional graphic, Ballyprint continues to provide the best bespoke service, with stunning quality, affordable pricing and speedy turnaround times. Let us help you get to where YOU want to go.

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