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Textiles Alive Enhances Packasign Innovation


Textiles Alive Enhances Packasign Innovation


A New Zealand innovation in inflatable advertising hoarding has been further enhanced through a partnership with one of the country’s premier sign manufacturers.

Developed by Packaworld, the Packasign concept is a revolutionary means of addressing the ever-increasing demand for professionally-displayed advertising space that is also efficient to establish and transport.

Packaworld director Pete Roberts says confirming the award-winning Tauranga-based firm as the exclusive manufacturer of the specialised Packasign “skins” will improve both the robustness and functionality of the product.

“Textiles Alive has a great reputation in the marketplace and an eye for innovation and quality which is perfectly aligned to Packaworld’s vision,” he said.

Textiles Alive managing director John Heyworth says having rigorously co-developed the signage system over several months, the results are “really pleasing”.

“We’ve been in the professional printing business for a number of years and are very excited about the opportunity to be involved with a new innovative product that has huge potential both here in New Zealand and beyond,” he said.

Packaworld is the trading name of NMR Enterprises Ltd and provides a range of packable, portable products which are proving popular across a range of sectors in New Zealand and overseas. Products include Packagoal, Packapost, Packabench and Packasign.

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