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Paul Coniglio joins Trade Print Specialist, PrintX, as General Manager

Well-known print industry identity, Paul Coniglio, has been appointed General Manager of PrintX, the Mt Waverly, Vic. headquartered provider of high-end signage, POS, mesh and soft signage. He will start by re-vamping PrintX's service offering to trade print customers across Australia.

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PrintX operates four large Durst Rho printers in 5M, 3.2M and flatbed, plus dye-sub & finishing

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Following Steven Lane’s departure from the business earlier this year, Paul Coniglio says he saw an opportunity to move into a very hands-on role where he could combine all of his experience and relationships Australia wide to provide fast, affordable volume driven solutions to signage and print companies.

Prior to joining PrintX, Paul gained valuable product manufacturing experience as head of Asia Pacific for Metamark over the past two years. This along with twenty years’ experience within the print industry gives him a confident lead-in to growing the products and services that PrintX can offer their customers.

Paul Coniglio
Paul Coniglio, new GM of PrintX

He is well known for his position held as General Manager of Conect Enterprises, a national wholesaler to many signage and print customers. While there, he was instrumental in the development of several initiatives that helped grow the business substantially.

Driven by helping to solve challenges and to innovate, he developed an e-commerce platform that allowed customers instant access to ordering thousands of products, tools and accessories for direct shipping to their location. He also secured Conect the appointment of Master Distributorship in Australia for brands such as Metamark, Siser, and Stahls.

His exposure to global wholesale product solutions has allowed him to transfer his knowledge and relationships into significant benefits for PrintX customers, advising them on the right solutions for the price.

Coniglio says he’s keen to use his insights to help clients seeking broader product solutions than what they’re currently receiving: “I’m very pleased to have joined the PrintX business as its new leader. PrintX has some fantastic, high speed and high-quality print capabilities that we provide all under the one roof. My aim is to transform PrintX into a top tier provider of excellence in the wide format print space, and I’m really looking forward to talking to potential new customers about how we can make life easier and more profitable for them.”

Since getting his feet under the desk, Coniglio has been busy building a team of industry professionals who are experts in their field when it comes to colour, production, workflow and IT to ensure the best quality production experience.

His initial focus for PrintX is to form new partnerships with small to medium businesses that are looking to increase their profitability and reduce the hassle of producing certain products in-house.

He says, “Whether it be PVC banners up to 5m wide, Mesh banners, Fabric printing, flatbed printing or cutting and routing, the aim of the PrintX game is to provide fast, affordable & high-quality solutions.”.

About PrintX

PrintX is a large player in the trade printing industry in Australia. Acquired by the Motor One Group in 2017, PrintX specialises in large & grand format digital printing and fabrication of a wide range of signage solutions. It's one of a small handful of suppliers in Australia that can print up to 5 metres wide. A wide range of trade clients are supplied including, print shops, offset printers, sign and display customers, print brokers and graphic designers.

PrintX positions itself as a reliable print partner, with capacity for high-quality printing at high-speed for those tight deadlines.

Based in Melbourne, Victoria, PrintX service all states of Australia.


Paul Coniglio: T: 03 9543 3222  E: pconiglio@printx.com.au

Website: https://printx.com.au/