Soyang to sell new Senfa backlit textiles

Soyang Europe is soon to distribute new backlit textiles, Sublimis and Alterra, taken from the Decoprint range of Soyang’s French partner, Senfa.

Sublimis is a range of coated backlit textiles for direct and transfer sublimation printing.

Sublimis is a range of coated woven polyester, available in widths up to 5m, for direct and transfer sublimation printing. It is non-stick, lightweight and said to give good light diffusion, which can help light box displays look more vibrant.

Alterra is an eco-friendly backlit fabric woven with recycled fibres that performs in the same way as Senfa’s Decoprint Pearl, but uses less non-renewable resources. Andrew Simmons, Soyang Europe’s sales director, explains: “Not only does it incorporate 65% recycled fibres into the manufacturing process, but its green credentials continue with it being PVC-free and suitable for more eco-friendly ink types such as UV and latex.” He says that this should be attractive to retailers looking to reduce their environmental impact without losing impact.





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