Brazil Show Marks the First Public Showing in South America of Salsa Ultima 1500
Press release from the issuing company
San Antonio, TX; June 20, 2001 - NUR America, Inc., the wholly owned subsidiary of NUR Macroprinters Ltd. (NASDAQ: NURM) and a leading global supplier of wide format and superwide digital printing systems, will demonstrate the new, NUR Salsa Ultima(TM) 1500 wide format photorealistic printer in booth #107 at Serigrafia/Sinalizaçao 2001 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The Serigrafia/Sinalizaçao 2001 exhibition, Brazil's premiere exhibition for screen printing products and technology runs July 11- 14 in the Mart Center and marks the first South American showing of the new NUR Salsa Ultima 1500 since it was introduced in March at the ISA 2001 show in Las Vegas.
"Our participation in Serigrafia again this year demonstrates our continued commitment to the Brazilian and South American markets," says Rick Clarke, President and CEO of NUR America. "It also marks the anniversary of the launch of NUR do Brasil which we formed last year to support sales, demonstrations, customer service and support, and spare parts in the growing Brazilian market. This new organization has experienced great success to date; Brazil is now NUR's largest single market in Latin America with over 40 machines installed."
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