Digital printer has a fan in Xpelair

PETERBOROUGH-based digital printers print4tomorrow ( rushed to the aid of Xpelair to provide a quick print turnaround in order for it to catch a plane.

The market-leader in domestic, commercial, industrial ventilation and space heating products, Xpelair ( required its exhibition stands and literature to be printed quickly in order for it to be on an early morning flight.

Xpelair was in a hurry to take up a last-minute opportunity to exhibit at a major trade show in Germany. print4tomorrow allowed the company to meet tight deadlines with new literature printed in a variety of languages and a new exhibition stand designed by print4tomorrow’s parent company T2 Studios ( with panels printed on special vinyl materials.

An Xpelair spokesperson said: “We were thrilled that print4tomorrow put in a lot of hard work to meet the quick turnaround which was required.

“print4tomorrow does an excellent job of providing us with a high quality print service which we have not found with other companies. During these difficult times it is a very competitive market and print4tomorrow has supplied us with impressive promotional material which will help us to attract new customers.”

Peta Carter-Smith of print4tomorrow said: “We have been offering digital print services since 1999 and we provide high quality printing which is cost effective for even a small number of items – and we do it at high speed.”

print4tomorrow has recently brought two new presses which offer even quicker print times and high quality reproduction.

Peta said: “Our new digital presses will allow us to further improve the speed of our service and the quality of our printing and save our customers time and money.”