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Regardless of how clean a hotel looks, when it comes to the door hanger on your room, do you really know how many uses it has had?
Hesketh Press is a family-run printing company in the North-West of England and has been supplying the wider UK with digital and lithographic printing and product packaging for over two generations.
The company is also a certified user of Biomaster antimicrobial protection for printed products and has now applied the technology to a new range of hygienic signage for hotels, restaurants and other venues.
Matt Porter, Director at Hesketh Press says: “The risk of transferring dangerous microbes from surface to hand is an everyday reality and paper and board are vectors for cross-contamination.
Our special print coatings containing Biomaster inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses* and this protection lasts for the entire lifetime of the print.
Antimicrobial printing has many uses including medical and hospital documents, pharmaceutical printing, non-food packaging, menus, stationery, school books and for applications such as airline and cruise ship documents, which are likely to be handled by hundreds of people.”
Printed door hangers however are more than just a simple ‘do not disturb’ sign, as Matt explains.
“They are also great way to interact with hotel guests, whether it’s by displaying the restaurant menu or offering exclusive vouchers and discounts. Printed door hangers aren’t just for hotels and many of our customers use them as the perfect marketing tool for attracting new customers.
Standing out from the crowd is the only way your company will get noticed and using a door hanger to advertise your product is a great way of thinking outside the box”
To find out more visit the Hesketh Press website.
*Biomaster is effective against a wide range of bacteria and Norovirus and Feline Coronavirus.
*Please note that Addmaster was acquired by the Polygiene Group AB in January 2021, so all news articles prior to that date will still be branded as Addmaster.