Jaipur’s Titu Thesis Center installs Ricoh from Monotech Systems

Adds to Ricoh arsenal for production upgrade

(L-R) Jayant Rathore from Monotech Systems with Team Titu Prints. Photo Monotech Systems

Monotech Systems has recently installed Ricoh Pro 8300S monochrome digital printing production press at Jaipur based digi-commerce printer, Titu Thesis Center. The press is already in production mode and has delivered more than 3 lakh copies.

“We are already a Ricoh fan and have two Ricoh 8100 monochrome digital production presses with complete finishing line, Ricoh 9100 and Ricoh 7100 digital print production presses. The purchase of Ricoh Pro 8300 is an addition to the entire arsenal for more production. Our evaluation of buying a new press was under process and the entry of Ricoh again with Monotech Systems excited us to go for it. We already cherish an old relationship with Monotech Systems and they have supplied Dumor Slit Cut Creaser and Book Binding machine to us. The after-sales support from them is the best,” said Mukesh Tanwani, owner, Titu Thesis Center.

Titu Thesis Centre was started 30 years ago. Emerging from a very small platform, the motto was to cater to all the printing requirements of the customers. Taking the path ahead, over the past few years the company kept on working towards technical up-gradation and advancement. Today, it is one of the largest document centers of the country having multiple centers and an exclusive print outlet in Jaipur. The service offered ranges from Thesis compilation, packaging, digital printing, and wedding albums to name a few. The company has a philosophy of being quality conscious and delivering premium print services to its customers.

Ricoh Pro 8300S Series are high-end mono sheetfed production printers that are claimed to deliver outstanding uptime performance to help printers stay ahead of the competition. Offering enhanced finishing options, they are said to provide versatile and efficient printing capabilities as well as superb print quality. Featuring a compact footprint, the system offers a user-friendly interface to make printing, copying, and scanning documents fast and hassle-free for novice users.


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