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IGS UK moving into Europe with Elements 'green' solutions

Monday, June 21, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

With FESPA 2010 only a few days away, IGS UK confirms that interest from potential distributors and resellers is running at very high levels, with companies from all over the globe enthusiastic to take on the new Elements range of wide-format environmentally friendly solutions. Other eager parties are being encouraged to arrange a time and date with the UK based distributor in order to avoid disappointment.

The recent announcement of the Elements printer series, its H2O inks, matched Krypton Eco-Media and specially configured Chromium RIP have all been met with an astonishingly enthusiastic response from potential users. These include offices and businesses wanting to bring durable printing in-house as well as from the display sector looking to pursue greener practices.

Because this turnkey system uses water-based chemistry to produce equivalent quality to solvent-based output but without the hazards, its overall appeal is far-reaching into all sectors of the printing industry and from companies of all sizes. IGS UK reports that, with the world-wide launch planned for FESPA, it has already added to its international specialist team in order to cater efficiently with the vast numbers of enquiries quickly and efficiently.

Experienced suppliers are now being urged to make the most of the Elements presence at FESPA by visiting the IGS UK stand at the show. Resellers and end-users will have the opportunity of seeing regular demonstrations of the Elements Atom machines in action for the first time.

Companies interested in becoming involved with the Elements wide-format range of environmentally-friendly solutions are invited to preview the Elements range at FESPA on Stand 490, Hall 3.




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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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