Push Solutions and Paducah Printing announce 925D LED-UV purchases.
MARIETTA, GA - RYOBI MHI Graphic Technology, Ltd (RMGT) together with Graphic Systems North America (GSNA) displayed the latest in LED-UV printing technology during the Commit to Print Open House at their demonstration center in Marietta, Georgia. Graphco, the Midwest-based distributor for RMGT, announced at the Open House the closing of two RYOBI MHI 925D LED-UV press sales to Push Solutions (Milwaukee, WI) and Paducah Printing (Paducah, KY).
“We are thrilled to satisfy the pent up demand for offset presses in the North American market”, states Chris Manley of Graphco, a GSNA member. “Our announcement of two more RYOBI MHI press sales during the Open House continues to validate our conviction that fast and efficient offset print continues to play a vital role in the print production needs of our customers.”
The Commit to Print Open House also featured a panel discussion where printing companies offered insights into how they have rapidly expanded their commercial print business by leveraging RYOBI MHI technology. RYOBI MHI LED-UV customers shared their experience of rapid deployment and quick adoption in the pressroom along with incredible acceptance by their customers. Wayne Welkner of J&J Printing in Kansas City summed things up nicely. “The very first sheets off our brand new LED-UV RYOBI were clean, dry and ready to sell. This technology just works.”
The RYOBI MHI Commit to Print campaign now shifts to booth 4213 in the upcoming Graph Expo 2015 where RYOBI MHI will be running live press demonstrations and presentations throughout the show in their continued efforts to help printers in North America increase productivity and efficiency. “Last year’s show increased awareness of the RYOBI MHI brand and the results were outstanding. The major increase in demand for fast and efficient RYOBI MHI presses should make Graph Expo 2015 an even bigger success,” states Don Barbour of PHS and the GSNA Chairman.
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