New Delhi’s Dharam Digital Press installs Canon imagePress C10010VP

Company strengthens foothold in North India

New Delhi’s Dharam Digital Press installs Canon imagePress C10010VP
Manabu Yamazaki, President and chief executive officer, Canon India, Puneet Datta, senior director-PPP, Canon India and Virendra Kasana, owner of Dharam Digital Press, installing imagePress C10010 VP

Canon India has announced the first installation of its newly launched products- imagePress C10010VP in New Delhi at Dharam Digital Press. The imagePress C10010VP was inaugurated and installed in the presence of Manabu Yamazaki, president and chief executive officer of Canon India, and Puneet Datta, senior director, professional printing products Canon India.

“We are confident that the first installation of our product- imagePress C10010VP in Delhi, will help us strengthen our foothold in North India and in supporting our customers with – enhanced productivity, higher revenue, and advanced media versatility,” Yamazaki said. 

“We want to enable our customers to adapt to the evolving industry landscape and expand their business propositions. The imagePress C10010VP series is bundled with the latest innovation and technology, catering to varied segments and perfectly addressing their need for higher quality, higher speeds, and higher reliability,” Datta said. 

Canon’s association with Dharam Digital Press started back in 2011 with the installation of the first Canon imagePress machine.  

“We are delighted to be associated with Canon for ten years now, and this relationship has grown stronger and deeper with more Canon installations. The same can be attributed to the timely service support from Team Canon, excellent print quality, and perfect registration of Canon imagePress Engines, resulting in an extremely positive response from our end customers. We are extremely proud to say that Print Volume of Dharam Group is in a range of 25-30 lakh prints a month, with continuous support from team Canon,” Virendra Kasana, owner at Dharam Digital Press, said. 

Canon imagePress series is built on proven and reliable technology 

The new Canon imagePress C10010VP series is built on a proven and reliable technology platform with enhanced automation and extensive media-handling capabilities and sets new standards in productivity, application diversity, and quality. 

It is engineered to support various printing operations in diverse production business environments. Equipped to support multiple types of synthetic media, the imagePress C10010VP series provides print providers with the capacity to expand their offerings in the market.

Canon imagePress C10010VP Engine powered by EFI Fiery B6000 V2 DFE is targeted for high-volume production environments. The FS400 Pro platform offers several features to boost color and image quality, increase productivity, and optimize production. 

Fiery Edge color profiling technology delivers out-of-the-box color and does quality enhancements. Fiery Job Expert is a built-in feature to achieve optimal print output and EFI IQ – a suite of cloud applications to add intelligence to your print business. Its built-in imposition feature supports the ability to impose various POD and VDP applications easily, and the whole process can be automated.

The printer offers 400 grams square meter paper support and 330 x 762millimeter auto duplex printing. It is equipped with innovative technologies which will ensure a higher number of prints on a long-term basis. The printer comes with 2400 x 2400 dpi resolution. 



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