Vivid Laminating Technologies

Designers and Manufacturers of Laminating Systems
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  • Vivid wins BAPC Award for Supplier of the Year 2016

    7 February 2017

    Companies across Britain have been recognised by the British Association for Print and Communications (BAPC) awards for excellence in print that were sponsored by Duplo.

    In a special luncheon in London on 2nd February, Vivid Laminating Technologies won the BAPC 'Supplier of the Year', SAXOPRINT captured ‘Business of the Year’, and It Has To Be Brilliant (IHTBB) the Environmental Printer of the Year category.

    Best supplier award winner Vivid Laminating Technologies designs and manufactures systems from its base at Coalville, Leicestershire, while London-based IHTBB (Environmental Printer of the Year) is a BAPC award winner for the second year running. In 2016, it was named ‘Business of the Year’.

    An independent panel judged the entries to recognise outstanding achievement within the print and communication industry. Resonating with the BAPC’s aim to nurture a community of spirit and excellence, all nominees receive artwork for a certificate so they can demonstrate to their customers that they were in the running for an accolade.

    Sidney Bobb, BAPC Chairman, said: “Throughout the many years of the awards, winners, among many other companies, have turned to the BAPC for help, support or guidance. Our independent panel of judges had difficult choices to make, but were unanimous on the winners. Everybody who was nominated should also be proud of their achievements.”

    He added: “We’re also grateful for the generous support from Duplo – a company with an enviable reputation in the print industry – that enabled these awards to happen.”

    Peter Jolly, Managing Director of Duplo UK, said: “Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! As a company with a proud heritage of supporting education and wider initiatives, this is another great opportunity to recognise excellence. The BAPC does a great job in helping companies, which is why we were delighted to sponsor the awards.”

    The other short-listed companies were: Canon, Copy Color, Duplo, EFI, Fineline Printing, IFS, Kall Kwik, Farnham, Print4UK, Ricoh and The Magic Touch.

    PICTURED (L-R): Peter Jolly, Duplo; Philip Foster, Saxoprint; Richard Marlow, Vivid; Simon Tabelin, It Has To Be Brilliant and Sidney Bobb, BAPC.

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  • Vivid partner with Konica Minolta at STEAM event

    30 November 2016

    We are pleased to confirm our attendance at Konica Minolta's STEAM museum event, taking place in Swindon on 14th and 15th December.

    With print and colour management solutions from Konica Minolta, including personalised print to impress your customers & add new services, print automation software to optimise internal production routines & enhance production capacity and the latest Konica Minolta Production Print devices, including the new High Chroma system, Vivid will be showcasing the award-winning Matrix Systems to laminate, foil and create incredible spot UV-style effects.

    Other partners with a range of solutions exhibiting at the event include Duplo, MorganaEFIMGIAntalisObjectif LuneEpson and Ashgate.

    Be one of the first 20 companies to register and receive a £25 shopping voucher for use at the Swindon designer outlet centre.

    And that’s not all, with a Christmas prize draw taking place each day there’s more than one way to win. Register now to receive your Golden Ticket, and be in with a chance of winning an iPad, a Christmas hamper, or one of our other great prizes.

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  • Christmas 2016 Opening Hours

    30 November 2016

    Please note our opening hours over the Christmas period.

    Friday 9th December
    Last orders to be received by 3:45pm (Due to our Christmas Party!).

    Thursday 22nd December
    Last day for placing orders on next day delivery.

    Friday 23rd December
    Open until 2:30pm. Orders placed will be delivered on Wednesday 4th January 2017.

    Monday 26th December
    CLOSED

    Tuesday 27th December
    CLOSED

    Wednesday 28th December
    CLOSED

    Thursday 29th December
    CLOSED

    Friday 30th December
    CLOSED

    Monday 2nd January 2017
    CLOSED

    Tuesday 3rd January 2017
    Open at 8am

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