Canon India strengthens its foothold in Ahmedabad

Installs Canon imagePRESS C910 at Veera Xerox

Veera Xerox commissions Canon imagePRESS C910 at Ahmedabad. Photo Canon

Driven by innovation and commitment to serving the customers with new-age technologies, Canon announced the installation of one of their latest cutting-edge products – Canon imagePRESS C910 in Ahmedabad at Veera Xerox. Veera Xerox has been in business for the past 15 years, working as a one-stop digital printing solution for its customers.

Veera Xerox, a digital printing house in Ahmedabad, runs two branches and has earlier used printers by other manufacturers in one of their branches. However, they were not satisfied with the machine quality and consistency when servicing their customers. Thus, they adopted Canon imagePRESS C910 for its printing quality and consistency and to offer a seamless experience to their customers.


Commenting on the same, Nayan Shah, proprietor, Veera Xerox, said, We are delighted to choose Canon as our preferred partner to cater to the Ahmedabad digital printing market. We have used products from other manufacturers in the past, however, no one matches the quality and constituency of printing that Canon is offering. Canon imagePRESS C910 is a planned investment by us, and we are confident of the rich dividends. It will only help us streamline our digital printing offerings as it offers excellent front-back registration and consistent print quality on various media, including texture, to stay ahead in the competitive market.”

Canon imagePRESS C910 is one of the most innovative production printers from Canon, which has set a new benchmark for print quality and increased the demand for Canon amongst businesses. The innovative imagePRESS C910 series focuses on resolving all the print quality challenges, media flexibility and registration related to color printing. It’s powered by the latest EFI Fiery G250 front end to produce crisp output and remarkable color clarity with powerful color management capabilities. Fiery adds various job submission and automation functionalities which lessen manual intervention and reduce errors in a digital printing workflow.

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