Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has announced that it has added Concord, MA-based Swing Design to its network of authorized dealers. Swing Design will offer Roland DGA’s full line of color products nationally, with a focus on selling to crafters, hobbyists and home-based businesses.
According to a statement from Roland DGA, Swing Design has constructed a distribution business of vinyl cutters, finishing solutions and accessories into vertical markets. The family dealership is also one of the nation’s largest distributors of ORAFOL adhesive vinyl media. As an authorized reseller, Swing Design will be able to offer inkjets to clients looking to integrate digital printing technology into their existing workflows.
“Becoming an authorized Roland DGA dealer will allow us to expand our current product offerings and help shops throughout the region build their respective businesses,” said Swing Design CEO William Haley.
For more information, visit rolanddga.com.
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