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A Brief Overview
Sigmatex is one of the world’s leading converters of Carbon Fibre. Having expertise in this field since 1972, they have grown rapidly to meet ever-increasing demands for their products and services.
Sigmatex develops and manufactures carbon fiber textiles for composite material applications. From global locations, Sigmatex supplies spread tow, 2D woven, unidirectional, multiaxial (non-crimp), 3D and recycled textiles across a broad range of industries.
Woodbank’s sales and engineering team worked closely with Sigmatex to provide a solution that would drive cost reduction and efficiencies across the organisations print infrastructure. Woodbank provided 2 A3/A4 colour copiers and Kyocera 2551ci, both of which were up and tested prior to delivery and were ready for plug and play at the point of installation.
We have used Woodbank for several years and benefited from upgrading photocopiers when we needed – that speaks for itself.
> Single cost-per-click charge across all devices
> Reduction of total monthly printing and copying costs
> Reduced service calls
> Less waste and environmentally-friendly
> Printing equipment that is easy to operate by all employees
“Woodbank are professional and reliable with great Sales and Customer Service. We would recommend Woodbank to anyone that were looking for great photocopiers and service.“
– Sigmatex Managing Director
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