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NUR Features New Products at SGIA 2003

Thursday, October 16, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Oct. 15 -- NUR Macroprinters, a market leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printing systems for the out-of-home advertising market, is showcasing three wide-format inkjet production printing systems, including its new flatbed inkjet press, at SGIA '03, The Printing and Imaging Technology Show, October 15-18, 2003 at Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center. Equipment demonstrations in booth #1809 will feature the new NUR Tempo™ flatbed inkjet press, NUR Fresco HiQ 8C 3200 high throughput wide-format inkjet production press and the NUR Ultima™ HiQ 5000 mid-range inkjet production printer. The latest and most anxiously anticipated addition to the NUR Macroprinters product line, the NUR Tempo flatbed inkjet press, is now available for commercial deliveries worldwide. The machine recently completed a successful beta testing phase during which it proved to be both reliable and productive. NUR has upgraded its production capabilities to meet both its order backlog and new orders for the machine. "SGIA marks the first opportunity for show attendees to see the final production configuration of the NUR Tempo," says Nachum Korman, President of NUR America, Inc. "A combination of features unique to the NUR Tempo -- high quality 4- and 8-color printing, the ability to print on both rigid and roll-fed materials, and a large format that can accommodate a wide variety of applications -- ensure it delivers an unparalleled level of versatility, quality and productivity." Adds Geva Barash, VP Sales and Marketing at NUR America, "As part of the commercial launch of NUR Tempo, we're happy to be hosting a presentation by Impact Imaging about their initial successful experiences using the machine. There is no more convincing testimonial to a machine's success than to hear directly from a happy customer."

 

 

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