DPI UK Ltd is a Midlands based business manufacturing, stocking and supplying a range of aluminium frames and light boxes.
DPI UK Ltd is a Midlands based business. We are a UK manufacturer of aluminium frames, structures and lightboxes for specific use with tensioned fabric graphics.
Our showroom and factory is based is located just outside East Midlands Airport very close to the busy and rapidly expanding M1 / A50 junction. Our sole focus is the manufacture, supply and installation of tensioned fabric structures for use in mainly retail environments such as airports, superstores and office environments. Nothing is standard, we make everything from scratch, exactly to the dimensions supplied.
We know our stuff when it comes to aluminium frames and lightboxes because this is all we do, day in and day out. We don’t dilute our offering with any other types of display product and as such, we are masters of our trade.
Tensioned fabric frames have revolutionised the graphics and retail display industry. We fit each print with a silicon edge that then pushes into the recess of the frame. More often than not, they can be fitted by anybody. Delivery of replacement fabrics is much easier because they can be rolled or folded.
The above benefits are the reason that this type of product has become so popular and is revolutionising the way retail displays are constructed
WHY CHOOSE US?
Directors Paul Tomlinson and Sandra Wiggins have over 20 years of experience in the display industry between them.
Starting from humble beginnings in October 2014, DPI (UK) Ltd was initially a distributor for a European manufacturer of ‘TFS’ structures.
They quickly realised that to meet the infamous tight deadlines in the display sector, manufacturing in-house was the only way forward.
This proved to be the correct decision – very soon after, business increased so quickly that they required much more space. In March 2017, DPI moved to much larger premises allowing them to manufacture everything in house, slashing lead times, minimising costs and enabling pre-build testing on larger projects. Read the blog here