Shachihata (Europe) Ltd to make mark on retailers at Paperworld
| 20 December, 2018
Shachihata (Europe) Ltd are hoping to leave a permanent mark on retailers when they attend Paperworld 2019 with a whole host of impressive new products from brands Artline and Xstamper.
From creativity to construction, Shachihata (Europe) Ltd have products for every market and will be looking to further cement their place as the leading light in versatile stationery and stamping tools at the exhibition in Frankfurt next year.
The show sees the launch of the new Artline Decorite collection; a range of three different pen types – bullet, chisel and brush – with each style available in twenty colours, including pastel and metallic shades.
A new collection of Artline Special Purpose Markers aimed at professional and DIY users alike have also been launched and will feature at the show. From plumbers and builders to electricians and gardeners, Artline have all bases covered for industrial suppliers and hardware stores with this handy mix of markers.
Retailers can look forward to more additions to the popular Artline Supreme collection with the inclusion of new Chisel and Fine tip Permanent markers to extend the range and have also revamped their ‘Home and Garden’ selection with new-look barrels bringing the Artline Laundry, Freezer and Garden Markers into an instantly recognisable family series.
Alongside the Artline products, Shachihata (Europe) Ltd will also be exhibiting its popular Xstamper Quix machine, which produces high-quality, refillable personalised stamps in-store, cutting out the middle man in custom stamp production.
Christopher Collins, UK Sales Business Development Manager, is excited to be attending Paperworld: “Shachihata has so much to offer all sizes of retailers and meet their specific needs. By stocking Shachihata products, you can be certain of high quality whilst appealing to a wide audience with unique needs. We know we’ve got a product for each of them!”
The Shachihata team can be found at stand F60 in hall 3 and will also be joined by British artist Judith Selcuk, for the second consecutive year. Judith will be holding product demonstrations and offering top-tips and design ideas for retailers to use in-store and online.