Starleaton appoints Anderson for Melbourne

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Thomas Anderson has joined industry supplier Starleaton as sales executive for media and consumables in Melbourne, with the company saying he brings with him a wealth of knowledge about sustainability solutions.  

Sustainable knowledge: Thomas Anderson, Starleaton
Sustainable knowledge: Thomas Anderson, Starleaton

Starleaton was making a major impact at PacPrint last week with its range of Neschen environmentally-friendly consumables, including its PVC-free range.

Before joining Starleaton, Anderson was working at Replas, one of the market leaders in recycling plastics for building materials such as outdoor furniture, wall panels and decking. In this role he gained experience working with specifiers seeking sustainability solutions and, says Starleaton, brings this insight into the graphics print industry.

All Neschen PVC free media was on show at PacPrint, including Easy Dot PP for waterbased printers, Easy Dot PP UV, Easy Dot PET L-UV, Wall Grip PP L-UV, Neschen Wallpaper L-UV Adhesive. The Neenah Coldenhove transfer paper for dye-sublimation transfer printing was also being highlighted.

The sustainable Easy Dot PP range includes graphics media, wallpapers, and laminates, and Easy Dot PET L-UV, a 75-micron polyester film manufactured from 25 per cent post-consumer recycled (PCR) content.

With Easy Dot to Wall-Grip, from floor and window graphics to wallpapers and wallcoverings, protective laminates to mounting films, Starleaton says Neschen has a PVC-free option for “almost any interior or short-term exterior application”.

The company says it is easy to install and remove, and is suited for promotional graphics on windows, walls and floors.

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