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Roland DG Announces Conversion Deal for ECO-SOL MAX 3 Ink

Friday, January 22, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

To promote the launch of its new generation ECO-SOL MAX 3 ink, Roland DG has announced an exciting special conversion deal to existing Roland DG customers when they upgrade to ECO-SOL MAX 3.

From the 18th January, customers who buy two sets of 500cc ECO-SOL MAX 3 cartridges will get an additional set for free. Plus, customers will have the option to return unused ECO-SOL MAX and ECO-SOL MAX 2 ink cartridges.

Gillian Montanaro, Head of Marketing Roland DG EMEA: ‘Our new ECO-SOL MAX 3 ink offers many fantastic advantages, not least a saving of up to 10% on ink usage. Customers using the inks will also benefit from even faster drying times, the efficiencies of bigger 500cc cartridges and a lower price per cc of ink. Also available for ECO-SOL MAX 3 users is the Roland Profile Center, a free online service that makes it really easy for customers to immediately access and download media profiles for Roland eco-solvent printers and printer/cutters.’

Montanaro continues: ‘We want as many of our customers as possible to be able to enjoy these impressive benefits and this great offer makes it even easier for them to make the switch to ECO-SOL MAX 3.’

ECO-SOL MAX 3 ink meets the latest health and safety regulatory requirements and has received Gold Greenguard certification, which includes safety factors that ensure a product is acceptable for use in environments such as schools and hospitals.

It is suitable for use with Roland DG’s eco-solvent printers and printer/cutters, including the current range of devices and most legacy machines. This means that almost any Roland DG printer brought to market since 2007 can upgrade to the ECO-SOL MAX 3 range of inks.

Customers are urged to act fast as the offer expires on 31st March 2016 and is only available while stocks last.

 

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