Piggotts Flags and Banners division has been supplying sewn and printed flags for many years to all types of clients, from individuals to famous clients like Regent Street. Due to an upturn in orders, a new state of the art full-colour flag and banner printer has been installed in the newly expanded production facility at Piggotts’ Witham site.
Over the years Piggotts has produced building wraps for champagne house Bollinger, wrapping a boathouse on the River Thames for the 159th Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. Other projects have included producing festival banners and event banners for corporate activities, such as football matches, café barriers and windbreaks for coffee shops.
Advertising banners are a great way of achieving brand awareness for companies and can be used to promote a special offer which is, in turn, cost-effective and extremely robust.
The investment in a new printer will ensure Piggotts is at the forefront of high-performance outdoor & indoor vinyl window displays, in addition to printed flags and banners.
The new printer will allow Piggotts to supply large format banners and high volume printing with short lead times. The ultra-high speed and low solvent printed media are perfect for indoor applications as well as being highly suitable for long-term outdoor applications.
Leigh Jessiman, Piggotts Managing Partner said “These are exciting times for Piggotts and today marked another chapter in the 234-year-old story of Piggotts with the commissioning of the new printer. Our significant investment in a high-performance printer will further strengthen our position within the printed flag and banner industry”