Delphax Signs Four-Year Service Contract With John H. Harland Company
Press release from the issuing company
MINNEAPOLIS, April 7 -- Delphax Technologies Inc. announced today that it has concluded negotiations for a four- year renewal of its service and supply contract with John H. Harland Company, the largest user of Delphax's Imaggia digital print systems.
Under the new contract, Delphax will continue to provide full maintenance service, spare parts, consumable supplies and other support-related needs for the Imaggia presses through the end of 2008. It replaces a three-year contract due to expire at the end of 2005.
"The Delphax-Harland partnership continues to be a success story for both companies," said Jay Herman, president and chief executive officer of Delphax. "Harland is an important and valuable partner of Delphax and we look forward to continuing our mutually beneficial, long-lived partnership. We are pleased to continue our joint efforts into the future."
The Imaggia is the most advanced printing system of its type. With models that feature document throughput up to 300 pages per minute, the Imaggia II has the world's fastest digital sheet-fed simplex output capability.
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