Next Level of Printing Technology reaches India

Next Level of Printing Technology reaches India

Canon India Pvt. Ltd. has announced yet another significant move in the imaging and printing industry with the launch of Canon Arizona 360GT Flatbed printer. The highly versatile solution that commands more than 60% market share in the super wide UV Curable printer business, enables users to print on almost any surface, ranging from stainless steel plates to marbles. The Canon Arizona 360GT can print up to 360 square metres per hour.

Canon Arizona 360GTThis state-of-the-art printer has been installed at S.V. Color Graphics located in Bangalore.

Inaugurating the new gallery, Dr. Alok Bharadwaj, Senior Vice President, Canon India, said, “This launch is a testimony to Canon’s leadership in digital imaging and printing industry and our belief in adoption of green technology. With the launch of Canon Arizona 360GT, the company has taken yet another step towards adoption of technologies that offer green printing, thereby ensuring a safe environment. Bangalore, one of the early adopters of any new printing technology, was the preferred location to introduce this new technology as well and we are glad that S.V. Color Graphics took the initiative to set-up a marquee application gallery. Demand for such printers in on a high, owing to the increasing usage in verticals such as Telecom, Retail, Petrochemicals and healthcare. We are looking forward to around 10-12 installations by 2013, as the UV Curable Printing Industry is growing at 12% annually.”

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