Global Imaging, Inc

Global Imaging Announces Distribution Agreement with REXframe

Global Imaging Inc. has been named the exclusive US distributor of REXframe, announced Tara Lamb, president of Global Imaging. REXframe, whose corporate headquarters is in California, is an innovative manufacturer of reusable textile frame systems. The systems are recyclable, lightweight, high grade billet aluminum display solutions that are completely customizable in size, shape and lighting choices such as front lit, backlit, single, double, four or eight-sided frames. “REXframe provides a total solution for any type of indoor fabric display and exhibit graphics from frames to lighting to accessories. They are easy to build, install and reuse,” Lamb said.  “As the exclusive distributor we are setting up dealers across the United States. In this business model, sign shops are the dealers and can utilize this product to create annuity income with their end users. We are excited to introduce this product and to offer our customers an economical, environmentally-friendly framed display option that will close the loop on fabric printing.”

The versatile aluminum frames come in a range of customizable sizes that are simple, fast and easy to assemble, without the use of tools.  The fabric graphics are easily installed and removed from the frames, offering a less expensive, simple solution to POP displays that change often.  Designed to be compatible with the Octanorm system, the frames connect using a simple locking system or can be wall-mounted, double-sided, free-standing, suspended, curved or used with an LED light box which uses 60% less power than competitors. Additionally, REXframes are flat-packed making shipping economical and are easy to install and store, saving valuable storage space. 

“REXframe truly brings a whole new dimension to the indoor display industry. These systems are more cost-effective, versatile and easy to use and are above and beyond anything on the market today. The end result is often impressive and stunning and far superior to conventional signage,” Lamb said.

 

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