Domino Establishes Global OEM Agreement With Heidelberg
Press release from the issuing company
May 17, 2004 -- The Commercial Printing Division of leading inkjet printer manufacturer Domino, has established an OEM agreement with leading German printing equipment manufacturer, Heidelberg. Under the terms of the agreement, Heidelberg will sell and distribute Domino’s variable data printing solutions through its worldwide sales and distribution channel.
The deal enables Heidelberg to offer a greater degree of added value to its customers via a high-speed, variable data printing (VDP) capability provided by Domino’s product portfolio - which includes the recently introduced Domino ON Demand VDP solution. At the same time, the agreement will strengthen Domino’s global reach in the post-press market, bolstering its position in the finishing sector.
Domino will be responsible for after-sales, once the integrated solutions are installed. As well as the Domino ON Demand, these will also include the Bitjet binary printer and Domino’s ‘A’ Series, continuous inkjet product.
Nigel Bond, Group Managing Director of Domino Printing Sciences plc, comments, “We are delighted to be partnering with the leading industry supplier Heidelberg in a venture that is certain to be of great mutual benefit to our companies.”
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