Cork-based Walsh Graphics have been enjoying positive feedback from customers since the official opening of their Dublin branch in the South City Business Park in April. “The open day itself was a huge success with customers from Dublin and beyond calling in to show their support,” says Managing Director Michael Walsh. “With over 50 visitors through the door before midday, and more until early evening, along with representatives from supplier partners, Ultima, Ritrama and Arlon, there was a great buzz throughout the day.” The modern showroom was officially opened by Rose Walsh, Michael’s mother. Rose, alongside her late husband, John Walsh, set up Walsh Graphics back in 1993, and she is still an invaluable member of staff. The large showroom is laid out to showcase the product categories on offer, including sections for fixtures and fittings, LEDs, exhibition displays, heat press, vehicle wrapping, and sign making tools. “Our new facility is the ‘go to’ place for everything you need if you are in the signmaking, vehicle wrapping and display solutions industries,” says Michael. “Our aim is to offer our customers a facility where they can not only order and collect on the same day, but also see more of our product range, book a machine demo, or meet one of the team to discuss a project. Our new showroom and trade counter facilitates all of that.” The experienced sales team, headed by Sales Director Tom McIntyre, have over 75 years of combined experience in the printing and sign making business. The three day opening event for the trade took place from April 26th to 28th when the Walsh Graphics team and representatives from some of their brand partners were on hand to meet printers and sign makers. The official open day, on April 27th, also saw the Irish launch of the new Imprimo Eco160 wide format printer and there were demonstrations throughout the three days highlighting the attributes of the device.