Monotech Systems installs Ricoh Pro C5310s at Namdev Photostat

Upgrades Ricoh 5100 at Namdev Photostat

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Dhaneshwar Nama, director, Namdev Photostat

Jaipur-based print service provider Namdev Photostat installs Ricoh Pro C5310S digital print production system. The new production system has been supplied by Monotech Systems who recently became the Indian channel partner for Ricoh APAC for marketing, distribution, and service of Ricoh digital print production systems.

Based in Vaishali Nagar of Jaipur, Namdev Photostat has been in the business of stationery and printing since 2000. It acts as a one-stop place for office stationery, school stationery, and document center covering monochrome and color printing, large format printing, lamination services, and binding. Equipped with multiple print production systems from different brands the business serves approximately 1000 customers every day.

“There was a need for the up-gradation of the existing Ricoh 5100 digital production printer with us. We were already aware of the quality, robustness of Ricoh which probably none of the products offered in this segment. Just a great thing happened that Monotech Systems came with Ricoh and I had already heard about good after-sales support of Monotech Systems in the market. Both the requirements for a robust product and strong after-sales support matched and we repeated the purchase of Ricoh keeping the quote aside from other brands. Apart from the product and support, we are getting the best FSMA rates too,” said Dhaneshwar Nama, director, Namdev Photostat.

The Ricoh Pro C5310s, built as the right-sized solution, combining a fusion of vibrant color, media handling, powerful performance, and a range of finishing options, along with professional print speeds and advanced technologies, deliver a total package at an affordable price. With superior reliability, accurate registration, and intuitive controls, it is said to be ideal for marketing agencies, in-plants, commercial printers, and franchise/pay for print environments looking for a total package — in a compact footprint matching the features of Ricoh high production printing engines.

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