Danka To Service And Support KPG Distributed Canon Products
Press release from the issuing company
Norwalk, Connecticut, USA - Customers purchasing Canon branded Graphics Arts Systems products and accessories from Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) will receive industry leading service and support from Danka Business Systems PLC. KPG recently announced a distribution agreement with Canon to resell Canon products in the United States.
"Our commitment to providing customers with the best digital opportunities includes making sure they receive the highest level of service and support," said John Schloff, KPG Staff Vice President, Digital Printing. "Danka's expertise and broad geographic range allows us to meet the needs of our local customers, as well as our national, multi-site accounts."
"It's a privilege to work with a company with the type of strong reputation in the graphic arts business that KPG has," said Wayne Frahn, Executive Vice President of Integrated Services, Danka. "We welcome KPG to the growing list of companies that recognize the value of our TechSource services capabilities, and look forward to using our expertise, personnel and technology to help KPG's customers reach and surpass their business goals."
KPG resells the Canon CLC 1100 series, CLC 4000 and CLC 5100 toner-based color copiers and associated accessories. The Canon CLC 1100 series, combined with KPG's Matchprint Professional Server, is ideally suited to proofing and very short runs and the Canon CLC 4000 and CLC 5100, combined with the Canon ColorPass Servers are designed for short run and variable data applications.
KPG and Canon will also continue to offer the KPG Matchprint Professional Server with the CLC 1100 series as an integrated proofing and short-run printing solution. The integrated product provides a FOGRA and SWOP-certified production solution for color-critical, short-run digital.
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