ColorJet India partners with renowned distributor Digital Hires

Indian digital printer manufacturer ColorJet India appoints Digital Hires

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Digital Hires Team at Stall in CPRINT MADRID

India’s biggest manufacturer and exporter of wide format ink-jet digital printers ColorJet India has recently appointed Digital Hires from Spain, as their distributor in the markets of Spain and Portugal.

Digital Hires is a renowned distributor in Spain, Portugal and the UK, of digital treatment of images and printing systems for the printing and audiovisual industry. The company will be marketing all the variants of digital printers from ColorJet like UV, soft signage and eco solvent. Digital Hires will also be providing after sales service for these printing machines.

ColorJet offers digital printers in several configurations in speed and print heads, which meet the varying needs of sign and signage printing. Signage products comprise entry-level solvent printers to high-end UV and soft signage printers. For applications in sign and signage, ColorJet has the Polo Turbo, Softjet Plus, Softjet Grand, Irisjet, Irisjet Pro and the Neptune. In UV printers, the company manufactures the Vulcan, Verve Hybrid, Verve, Verve Mini and Verve LED, while in Eco-Solvent printers, it offers the Aurajet Series II, the Neptune HQ, and Polo HQ.

Binoj Anthony, international business head at ColorJet India Ltd., said, “This partnership is a good reason to feel happy. Entering into these two important markets with such a respected company, which specializes in digital inkjet products, is another reason to be euphoric. This partnership will encompass all printers manufactured by ColorJet. I believe it is a fantastic opportunity for both of us to provide some excellent printing technology to the end users in Spain and Portugal.”

Angel Jimenz, chief executive officer at Digital Hires, said, “After the signing of the agreement with ColorJet, we immediately participated in CPRINT MADRID 2018 and set up a stand for showing ColorJet digital printers. The feedback we got was tremendous and made us realize that there is a wide market scope for ColorJet printers.”

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