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Roland DG to continue successful trade-in campaign

Monday, November 09, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

The Great Roland DG Trade-In 

Rebranding the campaign as the more seasonally appropriate ‘Great Roland DG Trade In’, Roland DG will be continuing their already successful Trade & Treat trade-in campaign to allow interested customers the chance to trade their old, troublesome machines in for something shiny and new – as well as leaving their bank balance several thousand pounds richer.

The campaign for the autumn/winter season offers interested customers the option to trade in an eco-solvent or latex print/print and cut machine, between the sizes of 24-64”, for a variety of Roland DG’s best-selling wide format print and print-and-cut printers. For their old machines, whether they’re still in working order or ready for the scrapheap, those who choose to purchase will receive a generous amount ranging between £3-5,000 to use as they wish.

For those looking to reach the next level of high quality, wide format print, the VersaCAMM SP-540i would be the ideal choice, with £3,000 available to those who choose to trade in with their purchase. 

For business looking to add more versatility to their offering, the VersaCAMM VS-540i and VS-640i provides fantastic quality combined with brilliant functionality – and those who purchase can walk away with £4,000 in cashback.

Finally, for those looking to add even more speed and power to their business, the PRO 4 series is an impressive option for a busy print shop; with the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640 providing fast, consistent, vibrant prints and the SOLJET PRO 4 XF-640 offering incredibly fast print speeds of up to 102m²/hr, as well as a trade in value of £5,000 per machine.

The trade in campaign will continue to run, subject to stock availability, with final orders to be completed by 30th November 2015 – though with stocks being limited, opting in sooner rather than later is highly advised to avoid disappointment. 

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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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