Dr. Graphix Imaging and Sir Speedy Sign Agreement for Large-Format Inkjet Media
Press release from the issuing company
ONTARIO, Calif., -Dr. Graphix Imaging, an ISO 9001 inkjet media manufacturer announced today that it has signed an agreement with Sir Speedy, Inc. to provide inkjet media for Sir Speedy's worldwide network of printing, copying and digitally networked centers.
"DGI offers a complete range of inkjet media that are unique and price competitive," said Dan Beck, president, Sir Speedy, Inc. "The TR51 series media enables our franchisees to carry fewer inventories, and provide solutions to meet their customers' needs."
"DGI is truly committed to the quality of our media," said Chris Chen, president of Dr. Graphix Imaging. "As one of few ISO 9001 companies in the industry, DGI is committed to give the very best in customer service and quality of product. I am confident that our media will allow Sir Speedy franchisees to provide first class prints to all customers. In addition, I am expecting a triple win situation using the experience and synergy of Dr. Graphix Imaging, our worldwide authorized distributors and the Sir Speedy franchisees."
DGI product lines include the TR51 series, a new generation photo-base paper that is constructed from a unique solid substrate. This series of media will provide ultra sharp images, brilliant unparalleled color vibrancy and excellent color gamut. DGI also offers specialty and outdoor series media that are innovative and unique to the industry.
About Dr. Graphix
Dr. Graphix Imaging is an ISO 9001 large format inkjet media manufacturer, headquartered in Ontario, Calif. DGI distributes its products through a worldwide network of authorized distributors and dealers. For more information, contact Dr. Graphix Imaging at 2625 East Cedar St., Ontario, CA 91761 or call 888/465-5383, outside of the U.S.A. 909/923-6222. You may also visit the company's website at www.drgraphix.com.
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