Nipson Gains Momentum Globally in Markets for Production Digital Print
Press release from the issuing company
Anaheim, CA – (October 29, 2002) – Nipson announced at the Xplor 2002 Conference in Anaheim, CA that the company has gained significant momentum in global digital printing markets since the relaunch of its brand earlier this year. Nipson’s user base, in over 50 countries worldwide, is profiting from strong demand for flexible and cost-effective digital printing for innovative applications. These include: transactional, book-on-demand, security, direct mail, and label printing. Nipson has fueled this success by doubling its international sales management team and reducing the variable cost of ownership per page by 30% in 24 months. These factors have resulted in significant sales of Nipson presses and groundbreaking applications worldwide.
“Our combination of technology, real-world applications, and successful customers sends a strong message to the global printing industry – Now is the time for Nipson,” says Alfons Buts, president of Nipson Digital Printing Systems B.V. “A large user base has already employed our powerful, flexible technology to grow business in both traditional and leading edge print markets. We look forward to announcing in detail many of the new Nipson installations and innovative customer applications in the coming weeks and months.”
Contact information for Nipson’s worldwide network is available by visiting www.nipson.com.
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