Q.I. Press Controls on TPH Orient at Yadanarmoe Printing House

Q.I. Press Controls has always been TPH’s first choice

Q.I. Press Controls delivered printers at Yadanarmoe Printing House
Rishab Kohli, Director of TPH
Q.I. Press Controls delivered printers at Yadanarmoe Printing House
Q.I. Press Controls- Engineering Automation Electronics (QIPC-EAE) India mRC-3D for color register

Q.I. Press Controls- Engineering Automation Electronics (QIPC-EAE) India has gained a firmer foodhold in the book printing market by successfully delivering the system at Yadanarmoe Printing House, Mandalay in Myanmar. In close cooperation with The Printers House, India (TPH) and their exclusive agent in Myanmar, Gensecon Myanmar Pvt. Ltd. QIPC-EAE equipped two Orient semi-commercial presses with mRC-3D for color register and integrated cut-off control. 

Q.I. Press Controls on meeting the book printer requirements 

Q.I. Press Controls delivered printers at Yadanarmoe Printing House
Rakesh Dave, Managing Director of QIPC-EAE India

Rakesh Dave, Managing Director of QIPC-EAE India, is delighted with the order and with the course of the installation: “By meeting the requirements, especially those of book printers, this overseas project will open up a new market segment for us in Myanmar. We received and successfully completed the order in the COVID-19 pandemic period. According to prevailing regulations, this meant overcoming difficulties in procuring materials and getting the system ready in time. But by working closely with both the customer and TPH, we were able to deliver the system safely and to the fullest satisfaction of the customer.”

Yadanarmoe Printing House selected QIPC-EAE because of their proven technology, excellent service, and strong position in the market. It is with good reason that QIPC-EAE has been TPH’s preferred supplier for several years now. “Trust is an important basis for sustaining an intensive collaboration such as the one between QIPC-EAE and TPH,” says Rishab Kohli, Director of TPH. “That trust is enshrined in a reliable product, optimum costs for the user, and excellent after-service support. Furthermore, the constant quest for product improvements plays a vital role.”


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