Canon displays digital workflow solutions
Dubai, April 15, 2009
Canon, a leader in digital production print, has showcased its latest products and digital workflow solutions at a recently concluded print exhibition.
The 2009 edition of the print event Gulf Print ran from April 6 to 9 at the Dubai Airport Expo.
“Gulf Print was a resounding success for Canon. Following on from our massive presence at Drupa in 2008,” said Nicholas van Santen, business solutions marketing manager, Canon Middle East.
“Gulf Print was our statement to the regional industry that Canon is here, and that we are here with the products and workflow solutions that will take digital production print to the next level.”
With a stand that was consistently busy with visitors from across the GCC and beyond, guests were able to witness first hand the quality of Canon’s print output, their diverse in-line finishing options and complete workflow solutions offerings which highlight why Canon is the partner of choice for digital production print in the Middle East.
“The reaction of our guests to the quality of output from our imagePRESS colour and monochrome range was phenomenal,” van Santen added.
“Regarding the newly launched imagePRESS iP1135, I have not seen such an amazing response to a black and white device in a very long time. Similar reactions were seen with our new imagePRESS iPC1+ with its new clear toner technology.
“Our team was able to clearly highlight through combining our digital presses, workflow solutions and in-line finishing options, Canon delivers to the industry exciting new ways to make business and profit by offering end customers valuable new applications and products.”
“This years event proved once again why Gulf Print is a must attend event for all industry players,” concluded van Santen.
“In spite of the current economic conditions there was a real sense of confidence in the future for the regional print industry. The next two years are going to be very exciting for the local industry and we are looking forward to Gulf Print 2011.” – TradeArabia News Service