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Brady UK launch Thermal Transfer Printer Scrappage Scheme

Brady has launched a campaign to rid the UK of bad signs and labels. Kicking off the initiative is a Scrappage Scheme to cull all old, tired and expensive to run printers by offering up to £300 for any out-dated or defective thermal transfer printer when it is replaced with a brand new Brady machine!

The Scrappage Scheme is available across the Brady Thermal Transfer printer range including its latest additions – the versatile handheld BMP 21 and the BBP 72- the breakthrough new machine capable of printing both sides of wire and cable heat-shrink sleeves simultaneously. To qualify for the saving, which varies according to the printer purchased, orders must be placed before January 31st 2010.

Natasha Antunes is Marketing Co-Ordinator for Brady UK, "Hanging onto a printer that’s on its last legs really is a false economy as it won’t be capable of producing clear, legible identification and will waste material, time and ultimately money, especially if it constantly needs maintenance or re-calibrating its cost in time will be considerable. The Brady Scrappage Scheme offers the opportunity to own one of the best printers on the market for the price of a very average one."

Brady’s printers cover every industry including Electrical, Telecom/Datacom, Process, Electronics, and General Manufacturing. Coupled with specialist sign and label materials that can withstand any extreme harsh environment there has never been a better time to scrap your old printer and start saving money.

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