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Topic # 111357 31-Oct-2012 13:56
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Can anyone recommend a pull up banner company, that makes those 850x2000mm pull up banners in the aluminium housing like http://www.bannerrollup.com/techspec.html . Have emailed about 5 different ones on monday including some under trademe listings, and none have replied. They vary in price from about $150-200 so that is my budget.

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  Reply # 709847 31-Oct-2012 13:58
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I got one from Speed Signs Penrose. Got really good service, gave them the design on Thursday for an urgent trade show the next week - had it in Saturday morning. It was around $200.





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  Reply # 709873 31-Oct-2012 14:22
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There's a good company that specializes in these types of things, just outside Wellington - http://dac.co.nz/




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  Reply # 709885 31-Oct-2012 14:47
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We used our Local Printing.com to get ours made, I'm sure the other branches will be able to offer the same product?

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  Reply # 710068 31-Oct-2012 21:02
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not sure on price, but one of my clients supplies/prints them:
Exhibit Group: http://www.exhibit.co.nz/




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  Reply # 714866 9-Nov-2012 18:50
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Just to follow this up, I got one done for just $149 including delivery from a company called project banners. This was the only really helpful company I contacted, who answered all my questions quickly, and it arrived in just a week after ordering. Also it had a laminated layer , and was half the price for exactly the same thing that some other companies were selling, so I am happy with the result. One company was charging that same price for just the aluminum stand part of it.

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