To revolutionise the professional printing industry in Uttar Pradesh, Canon India Pvt. Ltd installed the first top-of-the-range iPRC10000VP printer in the state capital, Lucknow. iPRC10000VP is Canon’s first 100ppm machine which has the ability to produce consistent high quality prints on textured media. It is the strongest digital-color production-printer lineup Canon has ever offered. The machine was installed at DD Enterprises, in the presence of Puneet Datta, Director of Professional Printing Products (PPP), Canon India.
Canon products have always emphasized superior quality, productivity and efficiency for customers, thus, reinforcing their belief in the brand. This latest set up of imagePress C10000VP yet again brings to forefront the customer’s faith in the company as the earlier products being used by DD Enterprises are all Canon products.
Expressing his views on the increasing market demand for the machine, Puneet Datta, Director, Professional Printing Products (PPP), Canon India said, “At Canon, we believe that technological innovations are key to drawing a parallel between market demands and trends. Leading in innovation, we are delighted to support our customers with newer technologies and keep them at pace with the global printing practices. ImagepressVP is one such product that has redefined the medium and high volume printing in the country. Heading a formidable line-up, the imagePRESS C10000VP has been instrumental in allowing our customers to exploit the growth in the color production market. It is ideal both for existing customers who have grown their print volumes with the imagePRESS series and are now looking for the next step in high quality color productivity, as well as for other customers who want to take advantage of the changing market demands.”
“This launch today is our step ahead in the direction of increased customer outreach. Focused on deeper regional penetration, we envision to digitally empowering wider geographies of the country, by expanding our reach and making our products and solutions available in over 100 cities in the next 3-4 years.”