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Mutoh Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Friday, January 20, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Mutoh, a leader in wide-format printers, proudly celebrates its 60th year of business. The Tokyo based corporation has aggressively expanded across the globe and has evolved into the forefront of the wide-format printing industry with forward thinking and innovative design.

"Celebrating 60 years is very gratifying," shares Brian Phipps, General Manager of Mutoh America, Inc. "The teamwork of Mutoh employees combined with exceptional products and a focus on customer satisfaction is the key to our success. I am looking forward to the response of future cutting-edge products that Mutoh will release in the years to come. Everyone at Mutoh would like to thank our loyal customers who have brought Mutoh to its 60th and beyond."

Mutoh Industries, Ltd., founded in 1952 in Tokyo, manufactured and distributed mechanical drafting products. Since then, Mutoh has become the world's foremost manufacturer of wide-format printers.

Mutoh was a pioneer in the 1980's with its CAD plotters and earned a reputation within the architectural and CAD/CAM industries for their speed, accuracy and quality. Many awards and technological innovations later, Mutoh America, Inc. has earned similar acclaim for its quality, superior media handling and precision motion control in its new generation of large format inkjet printers and plotters.

Mutoh has since created manufacturing and distribution centers in Japan, Singapore, Germany, Belgium, China, Australia and the United States.

Mutoh America, Inc. has recently expanded from their corporate office in Phoenix, Arizona to include regional sales office in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta.

Mutoh is committed to delivering the highest quality products and services with constant improvements to meet challenges head-on. Our commitment to the industry is to provide creative and cost effective innovations to the digital printing art form and our customers.       


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