Creation Signs & Displays Becomes 70th RHG Colorific Ink Conversion

Northamptonshire-based Creation Signs & Displays has switched its Roland VersaCamm SP-540V wide-format printer from OEM inks to Colorific ProMax and made ink cost savings of around 35 percent. This is the 70th Robert Horne Group customer to make the switch.

Founded in 2001, Creation Signs & Displays designs, manufactures and installs the full array of signage solutions from interior and exterior signage, through vehicle wrapping to exhibition and display products. The majority of Creation Signs & Displays' clients come from the agricultural industries. Its client-base – which spans the UK and Ireland - includes AGCO, Stihl and Case IH to name a few.

Much of Creation Signs & Displays output is created on the Roland VersaCamm SP-540V wide format printer. However, as with all businesses, the company was looking to make savings and boost profit margins. To that end, the company spoke with Robert Horne Group to investigate the cost-savings that could be made by switching over to alternative ink solutions.

Robert Horne recommended that Creation Signs & Displays try Colorific Pro Max – a high quality, alternative ink solution. So confident is Colorific of its products, it recently announced a 100% satisfaction guarantee – or get your money back - on its Roland alternative inks.

Following testing on the Roland printheads and further discussion, the transition from OEM to Colorific ink was made in January 2012. On the process, Tim Jackson, sales manager at Creation Signs & Displays, comments, "It was incredibly straightforward. We literally took out the old Roland ink cartridges and plugged in the new Colorific ones."

He continues, "There was no noticeable difference in the quality whatsoever and we've made ink cost savings in the region of 35 percent. I'd most definitely recommend that other companies make the switch across to Colorific inks."

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