Canon Singapore appoints Arrow Digital as Large Format Graphics Printers distribution partner

The agreement will grow the indirect B2B channel for the Large Format Graphics printers in Asia

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Canon Singapore is announcing the appointment of Arrow Digital as its Large Format Graphics Printers distribution partner in India
Canon Singapore is announcing the appointment of Arrow Digital as its Large Format Graphics Printers distribution partner in India

Canon Singapore announced the appointment of Arrow Digital as its Large Format Graphics Printers distribution partner in India. This distribution agreement is set to grow the indirect B2B channel for Asia’s Large Format Graphics printers. With effect from 1 January 2022, Canon Large Format Graphics products, including Canon Colorado series, 64” roll to roll production printers, UV gel Wallpaper Factory solutions, and Arizona UV Flatbed printers, will be sold and serviced through Arrow Digital’s extensive distribution network.

Established in 2003, Arrow Digital has provided digital printing solutions to the Indian market in various applications and industries. This strategic partnership is designed to provide large format inkjet customers with a complete solution provider across the sign and display market.

Arrow Digital being the right distributor for Canon’s market

“India is a very important market for our growing expansion in South and Southeast Asia. We take great pride in working closely with organizations that are committed to offering top-quality products, solutions and services to customers as it directly aligns with our objective at Canon. We believe that Arrow Digital is the right distribution partner to support Canon’s market penetration. Our commitment to the Large Format Graphics business remains at the highest level with the new appointment, and we will ensure a smooth transition for our product and services, to deliver best-in-class solutions and exceptional customer service to our customers.” said Steve Ford, managing director, Regional Production Printing Asia, Canon Marketing Asia.

 

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