G Mahavir Digital, a commercial printer based in Mumbai’s Goregaon, has upgraded its production facility with a Ricoh Pro C7200X digital press from Monotech Systems.
Navin R Gala, the proprietor, G Mahavir Digital, said they have been in the industry for more than two decades and have been a user of Konica Minolta since 2009. Their first impression of the Ricoh Pro C7200X was its flexible fifth color station. “Such an advanced feature helps us add extra value to the prints. This value addition in prints eventually pulls the attention of our customers. This press is a ‘value-for-money’ production machine.”
“We serve only clients based in Mumbai as we win the trust and confidence of a good number of corporate companies and individuals,” he mentioned, adding their production facility keeps upgrading with ultra-modern machines and technologies according to the demands in the market.
G Mahavir Digital deals in the whole gamut of commercially printed special items such as lanyards, fancy greeting cards, brochures, and catalogs, among others. “We work for different clients from different market segments,” Gala said, adding some of them are from the corporate sector.
“When we talk about our big clients, we work for most of our corporate clients indirectly through agencies. However, we also work directly with those from the local retail market Connect Nowand walk-in customers,” Gala said. He added, “Now, we are equipped with the right machine to impress our customers with diversified printing possibilities and more colors. It means our newly installed press does the magic of vibrant colors beyond CMYK.”
The Ricoh is designed to create graphics that stun with more colors. The extra color gamut includes gold, silver, white, clear, neon pink, neon yellow, and invisible red. It can run at a speed of up to 85 ppm, delivering incredible graphics in 2400×4800 dpi resolution.
Ajeet Pareek, Business head, Digital Products and Solutions, Monotech Systems, says “The print is moving beyond CMYK. Ricoh is enabling printers to differentiate themselves from their competition sith value-added services.”