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Intec Printers are Well-Suited to the Office

Friday, August 24, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

“The Intec product delivers with excellent quality and low capital cost to the end user.”

That’s according to Shane Murtagh, Managing Director of Genuine Supply Source (GSS), the Intec partner for Canada.

“Our dealers have been looking for an economical solution to meet their customer’s short run printing demands,” he says.

“The Intec range of heavy stock colour digital printers has been manufactured with office workers in mind,” adds Michael Sparbeck, Chief Operations Officer at Intec Printing Solutions Corporation. “These user-friendly systems can handle media up to 600gsm/600micron thick including magnetic media, card and board, which means they are hugely versatile. No longer do offices need to engage expensive third parties for their printing work because our attractively priced and versatile standalone systems will handle everything from printing unique thick business cards to stationery and even 1.2m long banners and point of sale displays.

“It astounds me how many offices still insist on outsourcing,” he says. “If I look at my own business as an example, we do everything we can in-house including all our own printing. That’s probably no surprise as we are a printer manufacturer and distributor but so many printers actually outsource work because they don’t have the capabilities in house.

“It always comes down to investment but if there’s a cost effective solution available, to say, print thick business cards, brochures, pamphlets and even banners, businesses will recoup that initial outlay pretty quickly. And that’s the joy of owning an Intec,” he concludes.


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