Nova Plymers cooperate with Framun and JRT Industries to market NovAcryl

Nova Polymers in cooperation with Framun (Spain) and JRT Industries (Australia) to market NovAcryl  premium tactile Braille signage in the European, New Zealand, and Australia markets. Cooperation is expected to provide benefits for the concerned parties.

NovAcryl high-resolution raised graphics and tactile signage to help architects and designers more freedom to be creative when designing a building. NovAcryl  is a quality product and environmentally friendly and easy to use.

Framun will market NovAcryl ® sign materials and sign fabricating equipment in European markets, including Portugal, Spain, France, and Italy. Framun is known as a leading provider of environment-friendly Braille and high-resolution graphics materials.

While JRT Industries will fabricate and market NovAcryl material exclusively throughout Australia and New Zealand. This is due NovAcryl has met the new standard of Unified Braille Code (UBC), which became the need to meet the requirements of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standards. JRT Industries is a company known for its Engraved graphics and signage.

Meanwhile, Nova Polymers, which was established since 1998, continues to develop into the Largest manufacturer and distributor of photopolymer sign products in North America. In 1999, they began to develop NovAcryl. Nova Polymers endeavor to provide Braille and tactile signage that complies with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and global standards.

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