New Delhi’s SSV Digital gets Ricoh

Acquires Ricoh Pro C5300S for wedding & photo album production

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Rupendra Thakur of SSV Digita with the Ricoh Pro C5300S digital production press. Photo Monotech Systems

Monotech Systems has installed Ricoh Pro C5300S digital press in New Delhi’s photo color lab SSV Digital. This is the first installation of Ricoh in the color lab segment.

Rupendra Thakur of SSV Digital said, “We have been in the business for the last 8 years and grown successfully in photography. A digital press was a good opportunity to upgrade from our existing traditional photo printers and there we opted for Ricoh.”

On the reason the company decided to invest in a digital press, Thakur said, “Before proceeding, we compared the print of Ricoh and Konica Minolta and found the Ricoh print quality to be superior to KM. The album printed from the Ricoh Pro C5300S is different in quality which is vouched, acknowledged, and complimented by our customers. 

“The advantages of the Ricoh Pro C5300S digital press include machine speed, color re-production, vibrant hues, and consistency. The color productions are exceeding expectations and it can print a wide range of colors producing realistic photo prints.”

Thakur is also delighted with the after-sales support from Monotech Systems

Built as a right-sized solution, the Ricoh Pro C5300s digital production press is claimed to offer a fusion of vibrant color, agile media handling, and a wide range of finishing options. With superior reliability, accurate registration, and intuitive controls, the press 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

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