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EPS Announces Distribution Agreement With Machines Dubuit

Monday, January 14, 2019

Press release from the issuing company


Machines Dubuit, a leader in direct-to-shape digital printing, is expanding into the US. It will join forces with Engineered Printing Solutions (EPS) in Vermont, another company that has also been focusing on digital printing for the past ten years.

Engineered Printing Solutions got its start designing product-marking solutions using traditional pad printing, and quickly branched out into designing bespoke production-line solutions such as pick-and-place automation. EPS’ focus on robotics technology and production-line integration made the transition to industrial inkjet a natural evolution, and the company has been selling flatbed and custom single-pass inkjet solutions since 2006. EPS will distribute Machine Dubuit’s digital printer range in the US and Canada, providing customers a full range of direct-to-shape printing solutions and premium customer support.

Machines Dubuit is a well-known actor in the screen-printing market, with more than 25,000 systems installed worldwide. The company took the digital turn early, selling direct-to-shape digital products beginning in 2014. With many digital systems operating in diverse market environments, Machines Dubuit has accumulated a wealth of experience, using real-life data to fine-tune printer products.

Machine Dubuit’s product range includes entry-level products such as the 9150, operating at a yield of 350 objects per hour, ideal for promotional printing on cups, water bottles, pens and many other cylindrical or conical shapes. Next in the range is the 9450, a versatile 800 object-per-hour direct-to-shape printer, ideal for 70mm to 140mm glass or plastic objects. For higher-yield industrial applications, Machines Dubuit designed the 9052 and 9360 for printing on mugs, cartridges, pens…

Frederick Goutard, CEO of Machines Dubuit says: “The US is an early-adopter market, where the natural advantages of direct-to-shape printing can be leveraged for maximum product-differentiation at competitive cost. We are very excited by our partnership with EPS, a manufacturing company that will provide superior support to US customers.”

Julian Joffe, Co-President of EPS says : “We are extremely excited by this new partnership and what it brings to us and our customers in terms of being given an opportunity to add to our product offering and a go-to market plan that is well-developed and instantly available from a reputable and solid company.“

For more information, please call (800) 272-7764 or go to www.epsvt.com


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