First out of the blocks on INX Digital International’s tradeshow schedule this year was the annual FASTSIGNS convention, which took place Jan. 16-19 in Dallas, TX. The four-day session served as testimony that interest in INX Digital’s Triangle brand of alternative inks remains high on their priority list and for the wide format market as a whole.
FASTSIGNS is the sign industry’s leading franchise operation, with 530 sign and graphic centers outlets worldwide, including 475 in the U.S. and Canada. They offer a robust product roster including banners, flags, vehicle graphics, labels and tradeshow exhibits and displays. Their signature sign work involves various building, digital and electric and yard signs, all of which require a choice selection of inks.
Franchisees showed tremendous interest in INX Digital’s display of color and chemically compatible JVS inks. Many visitors were also impressed with the HPS inks for the HP9000/10000 printers and the JVV inks that are used on the Mimaki JV33 printer.
“The FASTSIGNS convention always holds much promise because they have an enthusiastic group that is located in every major market throughout the U.S. and Canada,” remarked Chip Vielhauer, INX Digital International’s North American partner sales manager.
“The FASTSIGNS franchise network continues to acknowledge Triangle as a high quality ink that works extremely well for them,” he added. “Triangle received high marks for its performance and the franchisees told us how they experienced cost savings without any quality issues. Some of our channel partners joined us, and we had many inquiries from people about the inks for the Mimaki printers who are ready to make the transition to Triangle inks.”