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Press Release: Nottingham, 1st February 2018

ArtSystems and Sihl forge new alliance to drive growth in re-seller channel.

ArtSystems has been appointed as trade distributor in UK&I for Sihl a leading manufacturer of print media in the digital print sector. Sihl produces media for all key applications with products for photo/fine art applications as well as media for signage applications with paper-film combinations, self-adhesives and coated papers and films.

Sihl manufactures exclusively in Europe – in compliance with all environmental and legal compliances making it one it one of the most reliable suppliers of media in the market with clear chains of supply and production.

"We’re really pleased to have Sihl as a partner and the quality of the product is well established with users so now we can help build the channel business with our re-sellers. We see great opportunities for our re-sellers to develop their media business with Sihl. Paul Tarry Divisional Manager Consumables"

ArtSystems has already begun sales and marketing activity with the Sihl range now online and new campaigns to target key application sectors to introduce the Sihl range to new re-sellers will soon to be launched.


About ArtSystems

Established in 1986 and now part of Westcoast Holdings group, ArtSystems, the Nottingham-based specialist systems distributor and service provider, has seen significant growth in the past six years. Today, ArtSystems has a turnover in excess of £30 million, employs over 60 people and is one of the largest value added distributors in the UK. The company serves the design, graphics, signage and display markets with imaging and printing hardware plus material and consumable solutions from market-leading manufacturers such as Canon, Colortrac, HP, MakerBot, Onyx, Stratasys, Summa and Neschen.

Press Kit: February 1st, 2018

Editorial Enquiries:
Call John Draycott on 0115 9380 333 or email john.draycott@artsystems.co.uk


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