Raipur’s Bharti Digital Prints gets a Ricoh Pro C9200

Aiming for seamless photo printing

Raipur’s Bharti Digital Prints gets a Ricoh Pro C9200
(L-R) Pankaj Goswami, Preeti Goswami, Sheema Goswami, and Bharti Goswami with their new Ricoh Pro C9200.

Raipur-based Bharti Digital Prints – a multicolor photo printer – has chosen a Ricoh Pro C9200 Graphic Arts Edition color digital press to enhance its production quality. The latest generation digital press running at the company’s production setup has been supplied and installed by Monotech Systems, a solution provider for the printing and packaging industry.

Established in 2008, Bharti Digital Prints has been a specialist in printing high-quality photos for clients such as professional photographers, photo labs as well as individuals from Raipur and other parts of Chhattisgarh. “We produce premium-quality gloss art photos for wedding albums, coffee table books, scrap albums, giveaways, etc. For this, we are now running a high-quality, high-speed, and high-volume production digital press,” says Bharti Goswami, director.

“We have owned several digital presses, especially for photo printing. However, we faced shortcomings in those presses for printing high-quality gloss art photos. So, we decided to buy the Ricoh Pro C9200 from Monotech. With this advanced digital press, we are geared up to meet the demands for seamless photos from our clients.” 

The Ricoh Pro C9200 is one of the latest generation digital color production presses, which is engineered to print up to 115 ppm (pages per minute) on diverse stocks ranging up to 470 gsm. “We required such a cutting-edge digital production press to beat increasing market competition and win new businesses,” Goswami said.  

Before opting for the Ricoh Pro C9200, Bharti Digital Prints owned a Ricoh Pro C7100 and Konica Minolta bizhub C368 digital press. “There are certain challenges in photo printing. When we print photos, it’s essential to bring liveliness into the printed memories. So we chose the Pro C9200.”

“We are privileged to partner with Monotech, whose technical support and after-sales service team is quite helpful in guiding and educating us for a hassle-free operation of the printer,” Goswami said.  He said his wife Sheema Goswami, son Pankaj and daughter Preeti has joined the team. 

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