Mimaki Australia has officially opened its Brisbane showroom, bringing its total to three around the country.
The new showroom is located 4a/20 Smallwood Place Murarrie QLD, and saw its first attendees earlier this month.
Tomomitsu Harada, general manager, Mimaki Australia, says, “We would like to thank our QLD dealer network for their engagement to Mimaki and being a part of our official opening. This increased investment from Mimaki into the QLD market is a sign of our commitment to our network and customers that the Mimaki brand is here to stay. We boast the largest range of wide format engines in the industry and we are driving hard to increase a leading position in the marketplace.”
On what printers can expect to see in the new showroom, Brad Creighton, national marketing manager, Mimaki, says, “We have a range of our SG market and IP, our industrial products. In the SG we have our new UV-JC series printer cutters, and a CJV-300, which is our eco-mould-solvent printer cutter.
“Within our industrial segment, we have our bestselling entry level, 8x4m LED flatbed printer, the JFX200-2513, which crosses over into the sign and display market.
“We also have bundled cutting functionality, an 8×4 cutting machine, the CF22-1225, the matching piece, which has a mark sensor for registration marks. That does tangential cutting, reciprocal cutting, and creasing. It is a nice combine with the JFX-200.
“We also have our smaller IP range UJF Mark II, and have room to get some of our textile range up there as well.
“It is a nice range of product, we had a successful first open day on November 9, launching the new facility to the public.
“We are showing how much we are willing to invest in not only Sydney, but the other major capital cities, with an advanced facility in Melbourne, and another in Brisbane which shows off our full portfolio across market sectors.
“This facility is open to the public, you can gain access and get in contact on our website.”
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