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Lintec Graphic Films Ltd rebrands as LINTEC EUROPE (UK) LTD

Release date: 22.09.2017 | images: 1

Lintec Graphic Films, a leading European supplier of pressure-sensitive films, is pleased to announce that as of 21st September 2017 it is changing its name to LINTEC EUROPE (UK) LTD, reflecting its position as an integral part of the LINTEC Group.

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LINTEC Corporation Completes Acquisition of Lintec Graphic Films Ltd

Release date: 10.01.2017 | images: 1

LINTEC Corporation (LINTEC) in Japan has announced the formal completion of the acquisition of UK-based Lintec Graphic Films Ltd, having met all the conditions of the offer announced on 28 November 2016. The acquisition agreement involved the purchase and transfer of all shares of Lintec Graphic Films Ltd to LINTEC’s wholly owned European subsidiary, LINTEC Europe B.V. based in Amstelveen City, the Netherlands.

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Lintec Graphic Films becomes a member of the Green Building Council

Release date: 03.06.2015 | images: 1

In April 2015, Lintec Graphic Films became an associate of the UK Green Building Council, a charity and membership organisation which campaigns for a sustainable built environment. The UK-GBC encourages its 400+ members to influence and inform the Government on green building policies.

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100% Design visitors inspired by glass manifestation opportunities from Lintec Graphic Films

Release date: 17.09.2014 | images: 1

Heat-absorbent, repositionable and decorative glazing films to enthuse architects, specifiers and facilities managers across multiple sectors

Lintec Graphic Films is displaying its latest range of glass manifestation solutions at 100% Design (Stand O330, 17-20 September 2014, Earls Court, London). Appealing to the architecture and design, retail, Point-of-Sale (POS), leisure and hospitality sectors, the leading specialist film supplier is demonstrating the visual and functionary capabilities of its high quality non-PVC film range, including new heat-absorbent, repositionable and decorative films.

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Lintec Graphic Films to showcase widest range of glass manifestation opportunities at 100% Design

Release date: 30.07.2014 | images: 1

Heat-absorbent, repositionable and decorative glazing films to inspire architects, specifiers and facilities managers across multiple sectors

Lintec Graphic Films will be displaying its latest range of glass manifestation solutions at this year’s 100% Design (Stand O330, 17-20 September 2014, Earls Court, London). Appealing to the architecture and design, retail, Point-of-Sale (POS), leisure and hospitality sectors, the leading specialist film supplier will demonstrate the visual and functionary capabilities of its high quality non-PVC film range, including new heat-absorbent, repositionable and decorative films.

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Lintec Graphic Films launches new non-PVC dry-apply film at FESPA 2014

Release date: 20.05.2014 | images: 1

New ‘dry’ adhesive film solution for Point-of-Sale (POS) and retail markets can be applied by end-user without need for installation specialist

Visitors to the Lintec Graphic Films stand (B2-264) at FESPA Digital 2014 (Munich, May 20th – 23rd) will see the company’s brand new lightweight, dry apply film – RePop – being showcased alongside its range of non-PVC premium window films for screen and digital applications.

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Lintec Graphic Films underpins tribute to shipbuilding industry on the River Wear

Release date: 03.04.2014 | images: 3

For over 600 years, the River Wear – which runs through the North East of England – was the cornerstone of the country’s enormous shipbuilding industry. Paying homage to this, photographer John Kippin launched the Ships that Past project, which celebrated the vessels that used to be constructed in the area. Enlisting the help of wide format digital printer The Rip, the project – with the help of the Lintec Graphic Films’ high quality non-PVC E-2301RC Vitrocolour film – transformed the glass façade of the Sunderland National Glass Theatre, which sits poignantly on the former site of one the shipyards.