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Custom Gateway, a new exhibitor at the

Newtech roadshows, has described the Leeds

event at the beginning of November as “a

great success”.

“Newtech Shows are very focused exhibi-

tions with only relevant registered visitors.

Custom Gateway has just started exhibiting

at Newtech and the relaxed, almost one-to-

one format really helped us to explain how

the Custom Product Platform can work for

companies in all industries seeing the poten-

tial for on-demand and customised prod-

ucts,” commented the company’s Ian Bell.

He continued: “Custom Gateway offers a

platform and network for personalised or

on-demand products and we had a great

response from a diverse range of companies

who are keen to use our technology to en-

hance the service they offer their clients.”

Custom Gateway – previously Gateway

3D – has recently also completed a major

rebranding exercise to better reflect its cur-

rent focus.

The exhibitors at the Leeds Newtech roadshow

MHM Direct GB in demand at Fanela

and The Printing House

MHM Direct GB has had a run of multiple installations recently, including install-

ing two Tesoma dryers at Coalville-based Fanela in October, and setting up

three Brother GT381 direct-to-garment printers at The Printing House in Crewe,





Luke from

MHM Direct

GB (right)

training up

The Printing

House staff

Result adds new softshell


Result has introduced two new colourways for its

Printable Soft Shell Jacket (R231M&F) this autumn. The

water-repellent, breathable and windproof jacket is now

available in white/black and grey/black, boosting the

total number of available colourways to 10. The jacket

can be decorated using embroidery, direct print and

transfer print.


Cottonridge goes for the burn (out) with

new fashion tees

Cottonridge has launched three new tees that will

be of particular interest to print shops operating in

the fashion arena. The Burnout Tee, slim fit Scoop

Back Tee and raw edge Slub Tee are said to be simi-

lar to the fashion styles that are currently popular

on the high street.

The company explained that the new T-shirts

complement its fashionable hoodie and sweatshirt

lines and are not designed to compete with stand-

ard promotional tees.

“The new tees are not your box standard T-shirts:

they are the same as those supplied to the Arcadia

Group – Top Man, River Island, etcetera,” Cotton-

ridge commented. “These styles will be of interest

to those print shops that are supplying the fashion

market, and with those businesses that are building

their own retail brands – particularly surf brands.”

The introduction of fashion T-shirts fits in with

Cottonridge’s corporate philosophy of introducing

only garments that are different to what is currently available in the marketplace.

Contact Cottonridge for further information and to request a sample pack.


The new Burnout Tee from


Rebranded Custom Gateway enjoys instant success at Newtech


Leeds was the last Newtech roadshow

of 2016, however the organisers have

announced the dates for an expanded

programme of events throughout 2017:

Cheltenham, January 31; Southampton,

February 21; Thetford (Norwich), March 14;

Edinburgh, May 16; Brighouse, Halifax May

16; south London, June 13; Durham, July

11; Leicester, September 26; north London,

October 17; and Liverpool, November 14.