Komori America Exceeds Graph Expo Sales Goals With $50,000,000 In New Orders
Press release from the issuing company
(November 1, 2004 Rolling Meadows, IL) Komori America announced today that they obtained orders in excess of $50,000,000 at the recently completed Graph Expo show in Chicago. Komori America President and COO Stephan Carter says, “We are extremely pleased with show attendance, booth traffic and with overall sales.” Carter credits the Komori LS press platform with driving show sales. “The LS is an amazing piece of equipment, and is by far the most technologically advanced press commercially available. Printers are consistently impressed with the features and automation on the press. The LS really sells itself.”
Carter also says the new Komori perfector design, available on full and half size presses, has also played a role in boosting sales. “We’re in a really good position with the LS and the new perfector design to have significant sales in the next several months.”
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