Josero enters printer market with equipment agreements
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By News Desk
23 June 2011
Second-hand VUTEk machines will now make up part of Josero's portfolio following its recent agreement
Josero, a distributor of Triangle inks, has released details on agreements it has signed with a number of equipment suppliers, enabling it to enter the printer market.
A deal with Chinese supplier Yat Fung Digital has led to a full UK and Europe release of the Redjet 3.2m super-wide format solvent or low-solvent printer, which was on show at Sign and Digital UK this year. It can print on paper, flex or banner at 720dpi and up to 75sq m/hr, says Josero, adding that a likely overall cost implication would be in the region of 46p/sq m.
Josero has also signed a distribution agreement with Sun Innovation for its 1.6m Neo UV1600 Cold Cure hybrid machine. Josero states the LED UV flat-bed printer can work with 'virtually any' substrate up to 200mm thick and offers up to 1,440dpi resolution.
In addition, a strategic collaboration agreement with Superwide Solutions will result in Josero providing used, superwide-format EFI, HP and Durst printers.
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