A SHINING LIGHT IN ILLUMINATED DISPLAYS
In the exhibition, retail and display industry, speed and accuracy are highly important. The T3 Litebox range is simple to assemble, modular in design and lightweight.
They can be efficiently transported in specifically designed bags and built by one person.
Create vibrant displays that drive foot fall, engage brand awareness and generate conversations with your target audience.
The entire T3 litebox range requires no tools during installation and dismantling. Simply TWIST – LOCK – CONNECT
Easy to transport and store
The entire range is modular. Large scale designs can be flat packed and stored efficiently into a range of cases and bags. Saving on logistical and storage costs
Our profiles are produced in either standard of custom sizes. This provides complete product and system flexibility
The patented and famous twist lock assembly method means that no tools or levers are required to assemble T3 Litebox solutions
Fast Build times
Due to its modular design and tool free assembly, structures take a fraction of the time to build. Saving on expensive labour costs
The framework system has been designed as a modular solution. This allows for displays to be reconfigured and redesigned efficiently.
Developed to be a strong and lightweight solution, allowing for costs to be saved on packaging and transport
Combine your T3 Litebox with T3 Affinity.
Allows for increased strength and rigidity, as well as the use of multiple retro fit display accessories. These incldue shelvin units, tablets, monitors and more. The T3 Affinity posts are fitted using the T3 Adaptor.
Combining T3 Litebox with T3 Affinity – Fitting a T3 Adaptor
Potential display accessories for your T3 Litebox
Versatility with your display configurations.
Due to the modular design and tool free assembly of the T3 Litebox it can be configured to be displayed in multiple variations including standalone, bars and counters and wall mounted.
Take a look at this Reykjavik Event Consulting case study with Eimskip.
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