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Marler Haley’s range of exhibition display boards are covered in Velcro friendly expoloop fabric and come in a wide range of colours. We offer lightweight table top and free standing display board kits, as well as larger panels that can also be used as partitioning.
We have a wide range of folding display boards that are ideal for events, exhibitions and conferences and are widely used in universities, schools, libraries, hospitals and museums. Marler Haley display systems are also ideal for charities, organisations and societies.
All of our display boards are covered in our expoloop fabric. As well as looking great, the fabric works perfectly with hook fasteners. This means that it is incredibly easy to attach and update your information. Adding just a small printed graphic element to your display boards can really lift your presentation so check out our graphics options!
Our portable folding display kits are perfect for using as presentation boards either on tabletops or as freestanding display boards. Whether you’re after a lightweight or heavier solution, Marler Haley has it covered.
We have many display board options with the MH folding display panel system being one of our top sellers. It’s the lightest kit in the range and offers a solution for most budgets. This plastic framed display board is generally hinged in sets of 3 or 4 panels and you can clip one row on top of another to create a 6 or 8 panel kit. 7 panel display folding kits are also available and incorporate a triangular table top for freestanding displays.
Econoscreen is a larger display board walling system that comes in three heights. All display panels are 1m wide and are joined together easily in seconds using a flexible rubber hinge. Optional extras include kick strips to protect your display boards as well as castors and feet meaning that your display panels can be used individually.
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