JS Color Lab upgrades photo printing with Ricoh PRO C7200X

Digital press supplied by Monotech Systems

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JS Color Lab upgrades photo printing with Ricoh PRO C7200X
Owner Varun Sharma with his new Ricoh Pro C7200X

Bulandshahr-based JS Color Lab, a wedding photo album printing company in Uttar Pradesh, has upgraded its production setup with a new Ricoh Pro C7200X to indulge in high-quality professional photo album printing.  The digital production press has been supplied by Monotech Systems, a machine manufacturer and solution provider for the printing and packaging industry. 

“Being a second generation in the business, I have seen updates of machines and manpower in our production setup,” says Varun Sharma, proprietor, JS Color Lab, which was launched in the year 1986. He says the company’s production setup has been constantly upgrading as they try to meet the growing demand for new innovations and quality in photo printing. 

Unlike the earlier days, wedding photo albums nowadays are designed and made with unique color textures and motifs of pictures that capture unforgettable moments, he said. Sharma says of Ricoh press installation is a strategic move by JS Color Lab to take photo album printing to another level. 

Sharma said the Ricoh press has added technological advancements over other digital presses when it comes to printing sharp color photos and adding innovative elements to prints. “The fifth color station of this Ricoh digital press is quite advantageous. With such features, we are capable to work on new color textures beyond the usual CMYK.” 

The Ricoh Pro C7200X is engineered to create extra white color along with gold, silver, and neon with its fifth color station. This press can run at the speed of 85 ppm (pages per minute) churning on diverse media ranging from glossy, luster papers up to matte and other high-textured substrates. “With this new press, we can promise the demands of our customers,” Sharma says. 

A team of 30 printing, designing, and creative professionals work at JS Color Lab. “Our team has the caliber and creativity to produce high-quality wedding photo albums of varied designs, patterns, decorations, and motifs,” says Sharma, adding that their production setup is now equipped with an ultra-modern digital production press and a line of finishing equipment to meet the growing demands for wedding photos with ‘wow’ factor. 

“Using our new Ricoh Pro C7200X digital press, we can offer our customers, particularly newlywed couples or soon-to-be-married couples, a great choice to cherish their moments of life in elegant photos.” Most clients of JS Color Lab are from Delhi-NCR and surrounding cities and towns across North India.

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