Mactac appoints Decrastrip as New Zealand distributor

Melbourne, Australia, February 12, 2018 – Mactac, the innovative and modern brand of graphic and decorative products for signage and architectural solutions from Europe, today announced Decrastrip as its new distributor for New Zealand.

“Today’s appointment marks an important milestone in Mactac’s history in New Zealand,” said Jordan Leach, business manager, Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions in Australia and New Zealand. “We are pleased to sign Decrastrip, one of New Zealand’s foremost sign and graphics distributor, to distribute Mactac’s full range of reliable, creative products to customers across the country.”

“Decrastrip is absolutely delighted to announce a new partnership with Mactac,” said Brodie Caldwell, managing director of Decrastrip. “We are truly committed to delivering the world’s best products to our customers and this is extremely complimentary to our current portfolio.  In fact, Mactac will add a considerable amount of further options for our customers to stay ahead of their competitors.”

With this new development, customers in New Zealand can enjoy easier access to the wide array of Mactac graphic and decorative products which can be used in architecture, interior design, advertising and promotion, signage and marking, vehicle and transport and protection of graphic creations. Mactac has manufacturing and research capabilities in Europe and is driven by innovation and customer needs to develop high performance and quality products.

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About Mactac

Mactac focuses on customer needs - responding to emerging requirements and developing tailor-made solutions. A wide array of products brings benefits to many applications within the graphic and decoration industry. Mactac combines high quality in-house manufacturing with R&D excellence, building strong partnerships with customers and ensuring a strong focus on sustainability. Since August 2016, Mactac is a brand of Avery Dennison.

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