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Ampet Products appointed UK distributor for the American IMARC engraving machine

Pet accessory company AmPet Products is launching the IMARC engraving machine at the PATS trade fair next month.

Over the past 30 years, this engraving machine has become a market leader in the USA and Europe and is seen regularly at Global Pet Expo, Interzoo and Zoomark International. It has now entered the UK.

European Distributor Torben Bøgwad explains, “We receive many enquiries from the UK, but it is hard to service these people properly from Denmark so we are very excited to be working with AmPet. With their focus on American products we feel that this is a great fit for us. I am looking forward to meeting UK petshop owners at PATS next month with the AmPet team.”

The IMARC machine does not require any maintenance or servicing and can be used for thousands of tags every month. The machine is easy to operate and staff do not need any training to make tags that are stylish and quick to print. It also has a small footprint so sits on a table top or till area.

With a suggested retail price of £12.00 including VAT for a finished tag, if a retailer sells three tags per day over a six day week, they will recoup their investment in six months. Finance will also be offered to assist in purchasing the machine.

With the growth in equestrian retailers expanding into the pet sector the IMARC machine can also make tags for horses including brass name tags for bridles.

To find out more about the IMARC Engraving Machine or any other products distributed by AmPet, visit booth D32 at the PATS trade show, website www.ampet.dog or telephone 0330 088 1673.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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