Eco-Friendly Banner Stands
Our selection of Eco-friendly banners use a fibreboard material, along with a cardboard solution. Both options available remove the use of plastic and provide a display feature that is eco-friendly, 100% recyclable and provides a fantastic finish.
Working with a fibreboard material called Xanita, allows us to create and offer high quality banner alternatives without harming the environment. Alongside the eco credentials, the light weight, flat packed design ensures the banners can be use multiple times and transported with ease.
Cardboard is a material that we come into contact with most days and with our innovative design team we have been able to utilise a basic material to create an outstanding offering. With foldable structures and stackable displays, you won’t be disappointed with the ranges available.
The Xanita and cardboard solutions continue to evolve and support the needs of our customers. Not only do we have a wide range of banner stands and displays, you can opt for a completely bespoke display that has been designed to your specification and requirement.
Our eco-friendly range supports creativity and individuality allowing you to grow your business and your exhibition stand space.
How do I design my artwork?
To make the designing process as easy as possible, we’ve created a template for you, meaning all you have to do is drop your artwork into the template and ensure it’s the right size. The available designs require different templates, so please let us know which banner you’re designing and which print option, we’ll be sure to go over everything you need to make sure the banner prints perfectly.
We print all of products in CMYK, so be sure to create all designs in this colour format. Sending artwork over in RGB will result in colour differences.
Are the Eco-friendly banners reusable?
Yes, the natural and eco banners are reusable.
The eco-friendly banner stands are made with Xanita and cardboard, both of which are 100% recyclable. After you have reused the banners for the maximum time, you can then safely discard the materials in any recycling bin.