DANVERS, MA, RISO today announced that Kinko’s has selected RISO to be the approved supplier of digital duplicating systems to the Kinko’s nationwide chain of retail branches. Under this agreement, over 1,000 Kinko’s locations will have the opportunity to add the benefits of a RISO Digital Duplicator to their branch offerings, benefits that include spot color and the ability to print on a wide range of stocks such as carbonless and card stock.
After an extensive multi-vendor trial, Kinko’s made their decision to include RISO Digital Duplicators in their product offering based upon the reliability, ease of operation, and versatility that the RISO Digital Duplicator offers. In addition, Kinko’s prides itself on being an environmentally conscious company, and the RISO Digital Duplicator uses very little energy, will print on recycled paper stocks, and uses no hazardous chemicals.
Rick Short, Director of National Printer Accounts for RISO, said "We are extremely pleased to have been chosen as a supplier to a market leader such as Kinko’s. RISO, too, is a market leader, and we believe our superior product line, combined with
RISO/Kinko’s Agreement our ability to provide comprehensive service and support, make RISO uniquely suited to meeting the needs of every Kinko’s branch."
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