PT Store acquired by Charti; adds Epson, Mimaki

Charti has acquired PT Store, an industry veteran servicing all of Queensland and Northern New South Wales with LFP supplies and services.

It is the second acquisition for the company, first founded in 2016 by David Cheng, having previously acquired Stanton in early 2019.  Charti also sells Oce gear in Queensland, adding the printers to its line up 10 months ago, complementing its Epson, Mimaki and Canon printers.

For the past 25 years, PT Store has sold the HP Designjet’s full range, also having had access to Royal Sovereign Lamination’s exclusive range of equipment. The company says it nurtures strong partnerships with local and state governments.

Charti managing director David Cheng said, “I am extremely excited to welcome PT Store into the Charti Group as we introduce new sets of skills, products, and customers, into our business. This expansion ties in greatly with our aim to become a one-stop-shop for all printers around Australia. Moreover, we are thrilled for this opportunity to provide a greater offering to PT Store’s existing customer-base, too, which I’m confident they’ll love.”

PT Store owner Ray Deppeler said, “An agreement between myself and David was easily reached when it became apparent that customers would benefit greatly from the combined services to be provided by both organisations. PT Store will offer an enhanced range of media supplies, including a range of Charti & Rojo Pacific product lines.”

Effective since 1st August, PT Store, now operating under the Charti banner, will now offer Epson and Mimaki hardware, consumables, and support services.

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