Esther meets High Legh company flying the flag for Britain

An MP has praised a High Legh company for flying the flag for Britain after it secured a contract to promote a revolutionary form of printing around the world.

Mustang Digital Marketing saw off tough competition to be awarded the exclusive deal to market TECNI-cart, a unique printing technology which can create any colour, texture, touch or scent in picture form.

Tatton MP Esther McVey visited bosses at the company to hear first hand how they secured the contract.
She said: “I am delighted that Mustang Digital has secured such a sought after contract. It shows how much talent we have in Britain and especially here on our doorstep in Cheshire.
“Companies all around the world are showing an interest in TECNI-cart and many are adopting the system to make their sample books and colour cards. This is a huge opportunity for Mustang to put itself on the global map and I wish them every success.”
America and China have shown an interest in the technology as well as many countries across Europe.

Mark Edwardson, Managing Director of Mustang Digital said the deal with Ce.Ge Global to bring the revolutionary product to the UK market was a fantastic deal for the Knutsford based business.

He said: “Despite all the Bexit fears as an SME we have shown that we can still trade with the EU after October 31, improving our economy and keeping the UK at the for-front of technology. This new product will not only disrupt the way we showcase products but will help boost trade in the flooring & construction industry in a more efficient and economical way”.

UK Sales and Marketing Manager at Tecni-cart UK Steve Woodrow said: “The Tecnicart product has to be seen to be believed. Gone are at the days of using original wood , brick & metal samples to showcase your products. This revolutionary printing process gives you the look and feel of the real materials. The difference is it comes in fantastic looking bespoke samples that are easy to carry, cost less to produce and are environmentally friendly.”