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At Antalis, we’re a little obsessed with Visual Communications. It’s a passion we have used to develop one of the most comprehensive ranges of products and services for signmakers and printers on the market. 

We also believe in providing our customers with a good service. That means delivering the goods you need when you need them. So, in response to what our customers have been telling us, we are bringing some of our most popular products a little closer to you and your business in Leeds.

Contact us today to find out more about the local services available to you and how we can provide local solutions for your business.

At Antalis, we’re passionate about providing you the most comprehensive range of Visual Communications products and services for signmakers and printers. We also believe in giving you the best customer service and delivering the goods you need when you need them. So, in response to this, we are bringing some of our most popular products a little closer to you and your business in Leeds.


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Papers - Packaging - Visual Communication

We want to ensure you're up to speed with the latest developments and innovations in the packaging industry. That's why we're offering you this essential report, which explores the future of packaging across a variety of sectors.


Eighteen months on from the airing of Blue Planet II, and the UK’s trend towards sustainability continues to grow. The Future of Packaging special report, published in The Times covers how sustainable packaging, and particularly the search for non-plastic alternatives, remains high on the agenda. This can be seen in a new focus on the supply chain, government initiatives to improve recycling, and the rise of pioneers of eco-friendly solutions. The report also explores a new emphasis on customer experience, championed by direct-to-consumer brands and companies who are embracing inclusive design to make packaging more accessible to blind and disabled people. Also featured is comment on why plastic should not be considered a villain and an infographic looking at the real drivers behind sustainable packaging