Duplo’s London Calling VIII had a distinct royal flavour this year. Its Surrey showroom was remodelled as a 16th Century palace and the firm’s Addlestone HQ renamed ‘Automated Precision Palace’ for the event which took place on October 4.
Visitors to this exclusive print application event enjoyed a feast of live workflow and print demonstrations.
New was the iSaddle2 which builds on the success of the iSaddle saddle stitching family, the official unveiling in the UK of a new Ricoh Inline Booklet System and the UK preview of the PFi DI-CUT 300 die cutter, as well as other innovations.
Marketing Manager Sarah Crumpler said: “The concept of London Calling is always customer focused and this year was no different. We even took the opportunity to host a customer focus group on the day to gather customer feedback in further developing our own business, as well as helping them.”.