Visual Magnetics has announced that the company has selected Trico Specialty Films, LLC of North Kingstown, RI as a major supplier for components used in the manufacture of its Visual Magnetics Graphics System. This new domestic venture will bring at least $1 million dollars of business to the local economy, with the potential to grow to as much as $7 million in the near future. The new business brought in by Visual Magnetics also provides Trico Specialty Films with the potential to double its employment.
The Visual Magnetics Graphic System matches patented magnetic-receptive technology with high-quality print media to enable the creation of photo-quality promotional graphics that can be updated effortlessly, offering a truly unique and innovative solution for the graphics industry. The Visual Magnetics Graphic System can be tailored to meet a wide array of changeable graphic needs and is engineered to be ultra-low profile, allowing for multi-layering of images while giving the seamless appearance of a single layer print.
The Visual Magnetics Graphic System effectively changes the way graphic displays are currently rolled out – which can typically involve any number of challenges such as high shipping costs, the need for professional installers, unnecessary waste and limited usability of promotional graphics. Since its introduction in 2007, the Visual Magnetics system has revolutionized the way that many businesses are producing and installing promotional graphics, with over 200 major brands currently using Visual Magnetics.
"Visual Magnetics is proud to have American made products in our portfolio as we strongly believe in growing our local economy and creating jobs for American workers," said Joe Deetz, president and CEO of Visual Magnetics. "Trico is also an ideal partner due to its superior manufacturing skills and quality, coupled with the fact that the company can react in way that overseas manufacturers simply cannot with respect to critical business issues such as fast turnaround time, delivery time, product redesign and more."