Millennium Foto Express enhances photo printing with Ricoh

Popular destination in Delhi’s Yamuna Vihar

Millennium Foto Express enhances photo printing with Ricoh
Tarun Agrawal, the owner of Millennium Foto Express, with his Ricoh Pro C7200X

Monotech Systems, a machine manufacturer and solution provider for the printing and packaging industry, has installed a new Ricoh Pro C7200X at Millennium Foto Express at Yamuna Vihar in Delhi. Tarun Agrawal, the owner of Millennium Foto Express, said the Ricoh Graphic Arts Edition digital press has redefined its overall capability in quality photo album printing. 

Millennium Foto Express was born at the onset of this millennium, and thus the company’s name. The printer is a popular destination for professional photographers, photo enthusiasts, wedding planners, newly married couples, and corporate biggies who get their photographs printed in different colors textures, and formats. Agrawal said they offer complete designing and printing solutions for personal and professional photographs at competitive prices. 

“We have a team of 12 experienced photographers and photo printing professionals. In addition to photo printing, we do extensive commercial printing activities for a range of items such as brochures, business cards, stickers, booklets, and others. Customized and personalized items are our main attractions.” 

Agrawal said the new Ricoh Pro C7200X has fuelled them to use a unique color gamut to add enhance the print quality. “With our new Ricoh Pro C7200X, we can produce the whole gamut of personalized prints that drive higher response from our customers and pull their attention to the extra color gamut. The press has a fifth color station for creating an extra white color texture along with gold, silver, and neon beyond the normal CMYK,” says Agrawal, adding the press has eventually empowered Millennium Foto Express to produce high-quality prints. 

The Ricoh Pro C7200X is designed to print on media up to 360 gsm at the speed of 85 ppm (pages per minute) with special options for extra colors. “After a thorough R&D, we zeroed in on this press,” Agrawal said.  

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