IN THE NEWS

Large format supply operation Charti is making its second acquisition, buying Queensland based PT Store to boost its presence in the sunshine state following its purchase of Stanton Media a year ago. Print21 reports here.

Charti has acquired PT Store, an industry veteran servicing all of Queensland and Northern New South Wales with LFP supplies and services. Sprinter reports here.

Melbourne-based wide format supplier Charti expanded its national network with the acquisition of Gold Coast wide format supply business PT Store. The move comes less than a year after Charti bought Brisbane cut-sheet and large format media supplier Stanton Media. Wideformatonline reports here.

Charti’s bid to be a one stop shop for wide format print supplies strengthens with new appointment. ProPrint reports here.

Charti’s bid to be a one stop shop for wide format print supplies strengthens with new appointment. ProPrint reports here.
Charti announces its recent hire of Richard Townsend, who joins as the team’s new BDM. Wideformatonline reports here.
Charti becomes an Océ Partner in Brisbane and Gold Coast, helping Océ expand supply options, whilst allowing Charti to grow in its product offerings. Print21 reports here.

Charti becomes an Océ Partner in Brisbane and Gold Coast, helping Océ expand supply options, whilst allowing Charti to grow in its product offerings. Proprint reports here.

Charti becomes an Océ Partner in Brisbane and Gold Coast, helping Océ expand supply options, whilst allowing Charti to grow in its product offerings. Wideformatonline reports here.
Proprint releases news report on Charti’s first acquisition of Stanton Media, a brisbane based cut-sheet and large format media supplier. Read the full article here.

Wideformatonline reports on Charti’s first acquisition of Stanton Media, a brisbane based cut-sheet and large format media supplier. Read the full article here.

Star Weekly reported the opening of Charti’s new warehouse in North Williamstown, Melbourne on December 22nd 2017. The article highlighted Charti’s contribution to the local community and the importance of encouraging Australian-owned businesses. Read the full article here.
The official opening of Charti’s new warehouse in Melbourne’s Williamstown North was announced by Ray Horsburgh AM. Dave Oakley surprised the Wiliamstown Seagulls FIDA with a giant cheque for $1000 on the occasion of the opening, and joined their valued group of sponsors.

Melbourne-based printing industry identity David Cheng has established a new business under the name CHARTI Large Format Printing Supplies.
With more than 12 years in the industry, Cheng has worked for both global and small-to- medium businesses such as GBC, Neopost and Alloys.  

Charti- large format printing supplies led by David Cheng is known to many via his time at some of the leading suppliers including Neopost and Alloys to name a few.
Cheng has won some major deals with domestic and global clients alike and now intends to take large format printing to a new level with his newly founded business CHARTI, head quartered in Williamstown, Melbourne, Australia.