Kuhn Corp has officially signed the deal for a Ricoh C7200 at PrintEx, with the packaging specialist picking the digital cut-sheet device for its flexibility, and ability to work in combination with its current offset presses.
The C7200 set to be installed at Kuhn Corp also includes a Ricoh inline booklet maker.
As Walter Kuhn, founder, Kuhn Corp, explains, “It is compatible with our offset equipment, we can swap between them without customers being able to tell the difference. That suited our needs, while the service and quality also won us over.
“It was the machine which best suited our needs, particularly with the booklet maker inline.”
The C7200 offers broad substrate support, up to 360gsm, and auto duplex on long sheets up to 700mm, with an output of up to 85 sheets per minute.
As Simon Lane, country manager, Commercial and Industrial, Ricoh Australia, notes, “We are delighted that Walter has chosen to partner with us, he has had a long partnership with another vendor for many years, and saw the benefits of working with Ricoh. It is an important step for us in continuing to grow as a key vendor in the industry, and we look forward to many years of providing great service to the Kuhn Corp organisation.”
The four-colour Ricoh C7200 replaces a five-year old Fuji Xerox J75 at Kuhn Corp.
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