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Landa Digital Printing Partners with Soluciones para Impresores to Support Mexican Market

Press release from the issuing company

Atlanta, Ga. – Landa Digital Printing is partnering in Mexico with Soluciones para Impresores (SPI) to provide local pre and post sales services for ?Landa Nanographic Printing® Presses installed in the Mexican marketplace. Many of Mexico’s leading packaging and commercial print providers today rely on SPI for expert consulting and a highly selective portfolio of technology solutions from trusted suppliers.?

Nachum Korman, Landa Digital Printing’s Vice President and General Manager for the Americas, says that SPI’s reputation for integrity and operational excellence precedes it. “Landa is proud to partner with Soluciones para Impresores,” he says. “We are joining a carefully chosen group of companies and products on the SPI roster. We know our Mexican customers will receive first class attention and service from this professional group.”

Juan Carlos Vega, General Director of SPI, says that adding Landa Nanographic Printing Presses to the 22 year old company’s portfolio boosts SPI’s own position in the marketplace. “At Soluciones para Impresores we watch developments quite closely, and we recognize that Landa’s state-of-the-art Nanographic Printing press line, which uses effective water-based Landa NanoInk®, is a significant industry innovation and the best solution for our packaging and commercial print company clients.? ?

“The Mexican market is already enthusiastic about Landa’s Nanographic Printing Presses. We are honored to be part of the team that educates them about Landa presses, ” Vega says.?

Heberto Pachon, Landa's Representative for Latin America, says, “We can depend on SPI to help us demonstrate Landa's value to Mexican packaging and commercial print companies,?and to accommodate the growing numbers of businesspeople who would like to take a deeper look at Landa Nanographic Printing Presses,” Pachon says.??

Landa says the interest in its Nanographic presses is increasing in Mexico; especially since Grupo Gondi, the manufacturing and printing giant based in Mexico City, installed the first Landa S10 in Latin America a few months ago.

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