Mac Papers to distribute EFI wide format equipment

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Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the Southeast U.S., has announced an agreement with Electronics For Imaging to sell and service EFI Wide Format printers across Mac Papers’ extensive distribution footprint.

“We are extremely happy to become an integral part of EFI’s sales network in the Southeast,” said Marty Davis, director of wide format and graphics for Mac Papers. “EFI is a premier provider of wide format printers and services; being a member of their partner program enables us to offer even more value-added solutions to our print and sign and display customers.”

As an EFI distributor, Mac Papers sells and supports an extensive range of EFI Wide Format printers, including the VUTEk H2000, EFI H1625, EFI Pro 24f and EFI Pro 16h. Furthermore, the latter printer is scheduled to be installed at Mac Papers’ Orlando-based wide format demo center, which opened in May.

“Mac Papers’ objective is to help commercial printers and sign and display businesses optimize their wide format printing programs and excel in this growing and dynamic segment,” added Davis.  “Our partnership with EFI is perfectly in alignment with that commitment.”

Moreover, Mac Papers operates wide format demo centers in Atlanta, Jacksonville, Nashville and Orlando. It provides its customers with hands-on wide format equipment and media experience.

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