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Signs now increases speed and sales with Agfa's :Anapurna M4f

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Ridgefield Park, NJ - Agfa announced today that Signs Now (Marietta, GA), a sign and graphics franchise shop, has increased turnaround time and experienced an influx of new accounts and repeat business since purchasing and installing the :Anapurna M4f from Agfa Graphics in the fall of 2009. Signs Now produces outdoor and indoor posters, exhibit graphics, vehicle graphics, magnet signs and more.

According to the owner of Signs Now, Feroz Fatehali, "Sales continue to improve, especially in retail signage for malls. We use 24 point card stock with the :Anapurna M4f. We couldn't sell that before. We have also discovered that maintenance costs are low with the :Anapurna M4f. Overall, this is a great time for my business." 

The :Anapurna M4f is a wide-format industrial UV inkjet printer designed for rigid media, providing photorealistic quality POP, displays, posters, exhibition panels, stage graphics, ad panels and more. It features a print resolution of 720 x 1440 dpi and a maximum printing width of 62 inches."

Mr. Fatehali saw several demonstrations of the :Anapurna at industry trade shows and at Agfa's demo center in New Jersey before making the purchase," said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Marketing, Agfa Graphics. "As a result, his customers are no longer waiting days for their projects. Instead, Signs Now completes many of them in a few hours. Additionally, Mr. Fatehali and his staff have more time to handle incoming jobs and new business development."

 

 

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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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