TRC Trade Show Booth Design and Production

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Maximum Impact – Compact Solutions

Toronto Research Chemicals is world-renowned for it’s achievements in chemical development. Not only are they based right here in Toronto, their reputation has taken their brand around the globe.

Recently, TRC President, Larry Dime approached Proprint with the task of designing and creating a trade show display that could be produced out of corrugate, ship flat and fit 2 different spaces at 2 different trade shows (China and Barcelona).

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Custom designed structure

The Proprint structural design department came up with several configurations until they landed on one that would suit the briefing best. The Creative department then dressed the structure’s modular panels to reflect the company and the information that they wanted to feature.

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Some assembly required

Each piece was numbered and was accompanied by a line art instruction sheet and an assembly video. We wanted to make sure that we provided as much support as possible.

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Trade show booth design

This isn’t our first rodeo. Check out the giant watch we made. All in-house. Using our INCA flatbed digital presses. Watch the video:

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  • Aidan Kahane

    Beautiful and Simple. Can’t wait to see what new giant display is in store for Proprint next.