Minosha launches new Ricoh P502 office printer at PrintPack

Ricoh P502 delivers high-quality print at fast speeds

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Minosha launches new Ricoh P502
DP Mahajan, national head - direct channel and production printing business at Minosha India (Left) and Atul Thakker, managing director, Minosha India (Right), standing with the newly launched Ricoh P 502 printer Photo: Minosha India

On 26 May, the first day of the 15th edition of PrintPack India, Minosha India, one of the distributors of Ricoh’s imaging solutions and digital services, launched its all-new P502 LED printer. The Ricoh P502 printer is basically a printing model for office purposes.

The P502 printer delivers the first 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print in under 5 seconds, while multi-page document sets are produced at a speed of 45 pages a minute and, for office printing, the speed is 20-130 ppm. Ricoh P502 can meet all enterprise black and white print requirements. 

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DP Mahajan, national head – direct channel and production printing business at Minosha India standing with Ricoh Pro C7200X Photo: IPP

Minosha India, at its Stand H-28 in Hall 9D, is also showcasing its Ricoh Pro C7200X, a high-end color production printer, the Ricoh Pro C5300S, which is an affordable high-speed color production printer, the Ricoh Pro 8300, an affordable high-speed B&W production printer and the DD 3344, a high-speed digital duplicator or copy printer suitable for education and small jobber and copy shops. 

Commenting on the launch, Atul Thakker, managing director, Minosha India, said, “The unveiling of our new product Ricoh P502 will mark a new stage in the company’s development. It is a significant launch for Minosha India to increase its reconditioning capacity to offer our customers reliable and affordable tech-savvy printing solutions with unmatched satisfaction. This new launch integrates the company’s best know-how and establishes its ambition to offer a more virtuous model of compact, precise and economical office solutions.”

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DP Mahajan, national head of the direct channel and production printing business at Minosha India, added, “The Ricoh P502 has a great speed and can have various applications. Printshops can print for all kinds of customers from different segments – corporate, education, banks and many more. Here, at PrintPack, we welcome our visitors to come, get updates for the new technology and learn about more applications that can help them build their business.”

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