Friday, September 17th, 2010
A motorbike made entirely from display substrates will be just one of the drawcards of the Halifax Vogel Group (HVG) stand at this month’s Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney.

Constructed using a combination of Dibond aluminium composite material and Re-board engineered flute cardboard, the bike will form part of an eye-catching stand designed to showcase the creative possibilities of HVG’s product range.

“We hope visitors to our stand will come away with ideas and inspiration for all their visual display projects,” said Richard Lucas, Business Manager, Graphics, HVG.

“The stand will incorporate clever structures and display printed media demonstrating the features and benefits of our product range and our team will be on hand to offer up to date information on the best ways to use each product.”

HVG’s Graphics Media division will showcase Re-board alongside other green product offerings for the digital printing, screen printing, display, signage and exhibition industries at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, 20-22 September.

An eco-friendly, highly-durable engineered flute cardboard, Re-board is as recyclable as paper and perfect for point-of-sale stands, exhibitions, furniture branding and commercial displays.

HVG will also use the Sydney expo as a platform to showcase its broad range of display substrates, including Dibond, Dilite, Forex Classic, Forex Print, Forex Smart, Fome-Cor and Gatorfoam, as well as the synthetic ‘paper’ polypropylene films ViewVisi and ViewVisi Eco-Sol, self-adhesive films from 3M and banner media from Soyang, such as Panorama Maestro and SoFlat.

“With its flat ‘edge to edge’ appearance, SoFlat is an ideal choice for point of sale, retail, exhibition and trade displays and is another exciting addition to our already extensive range of banner media,” said Mr Lucas.

HVG is also set to contribute to the special product showcase feature of the expo, which will comprise a series of display boxes located outside the entrance to the show.

Continuing with the vehicular theme, HVG’s box will feature miniature versions of a car wrapped in various graphics media, a mini Re-board chair and mini pull-up using So-Flat.
The Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney aims to attract more than 7000 attendees from the signage, printing, graphic, display and engraving industries over three huge days. Expo-goers will find HVG Graphics Media at stand H8.

Contact Profile

Halifax Vogel Group

Halifax Vogel Group (HVG) is a privately owned Australian company that imports and distributes graphics media, industrial fabrics, decorative building products and exhibition systems throughout Australasia. Formed in 1988 and with a history that dates back to the 1950s, HVG has gone from strength to strength and sustained continued growth in size and scope to handle new products and services. In August 2007 HVG acquired Alucobond Architectural and Octanorm Australia (est. early 1970s).

HVG distributes a vast selection of products across multiple sectors including building, high pressure laminates, decorative and architectural panel products; engineered stone; industrial and marine fabrics; stationery materials; graphics, digital media and display materials; and aluminium exhibition and shopfitting display systems. HVG comprises more than 150 staff located over 26,000 square metres of warehouse and office space in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland and Bangkok.
Paul Fahy
P: 02 9360 6166


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