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Mac Papers Accepted into Mutoh’s Extended Partner Program

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the Southeast U.S., today announced that it has been accepted into industry leader Mutoh’s Textile and Dye Sublimation Extended Partner Program (EPP). The EPP is reserved for dealers that display the proper skills and technical knowledge to sell and support Mutoh’s full line of textile and dye sublimation printers as well as expertise regarding related transfer equipment, inks and media.

“We are pleased to be recognized by Mutoh as a qualified distributor in its elite Textile and Dye Sublimation Extended Partner Program,” said Marty Davis, director of wide format and graphics for Mac Papers. “We have been a Mutoh Authorized Dealer for three years now and are strongly committed to providing best-in-class support of Mutoh’s entire line of products, including the new ValueJet 1948WX dye sub printer.”

According to Mutoh, this designation signifies that Mac Papers’ proficiency in Mutoh’s eco-solvent and UV printer solutions have extended to support the company’s latest textile and dye sublimation offerings. “Mutoh’s Extended Partner Program is a formal way to acknowledge top distributors that provide customer-centric solutions and support to customers of our textile and dye sublimation printing systems,” stated Tom Testa, Southeast regional sales manager for Mutoh America. “Mutoh is proud to add Mac Papers to our EPP and we are confident they will provide customers with everything needed to support their businesses in this exciting and growing market.”



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