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Two New Ink Systems Launched by NUR Macroprinters

Friday, March 16, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, March 15, 2001 -- NUR Macroprinters has announced two new ink systems for use with the company's range of wide-format and superwide digital printers. The inks are developed and manufactured by NUR Media Solutions, the company's specialized subsidiary which researches, develops and markets a complete line of high-end consumable products for digital printing systems. The development of a premium quality consumables product line reflects NUR Macroprinters' strategy of helping to build the market for both digital printers and printed output by expanding the boundaries of what is possible in wide-format and superwide digital printing. NUR is focused on providing total solutions that allow its customers to enhance print quality, reduce production times, improve reliability and, above all, to develop new products and services that take advantage of emerging business opportunities. Throughout this activity NUR aims to work closely with its customers to increase value, reduce cost and ultimately enhance overall customer satisfaction. As a result of its ink development program, NUR is constantly introducing new ink versions onto the market, each providing benefits such as wider color gamut, increased outdoor durability, reduced equipment maintenance requirements and improved image quality. The two new inks that NUR Media Solutions has introduced are- NURBOARD Perm Version 3.1 and NURSALSA Version 2.1. In each case the new ink offers a number of enhancements over previously released versions of the ink. The NURBOARD Perm Version 3.1 and NURSALSA Version 2.1 inks are available immediately from NUR Macroprinters' sales subsidiaries.




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