Jodhpur’s Best Offset invests in a Ricoh PRO C7200X

Adds to its armory of digital and offset presses

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Rehan Khan of Best Offset with a Ricoh Pro C7200X

Best Offset of Jodhpur, a well-known commercial printer of Rajasthan, has upgraded its facility with the addition of a new Ricoh Pro C7200X digital press from Monotech Systems, a machine manufacturer and a solution provider for the printing and packaging industry. Best Offset already has an advanced production facility equipped with a complete line of pre-press, press, and post-press machines and equipment.

Launched in 2016, Best Offset is known for being a provider of complete printing solutions under one roof. The pre-press portfolio of the company consists of a BasysPrint CtP digital imager for conventional offset plates and a Fuji Violet CtP plate machine. The line of offset presses in the facility includes Komori Lithrone 540, Heidelberg MOV, RMGT-760, and RYOBI 3304 HA. The post-press division is equipped with a range of advanced finishing equipment, folding machines and perfect binders.

“With this versatile Ricoh digital production press, we are prepared to exploit the advanced features and competency of the machine to produce unconventional graphics that stand out amid the crowd,” said Rehan Khan, director, Best Offset.

“Our facility is equipped with almost all machines and presses for offset, label and large-format printing. The AstroJet digital large-format printer in the portfolio is for vinyl printing for signage and display graphic applications as well as T-shirt and other garment prints. In addition to our capability to produce a whole gamut of applications, our newly adopted Ricoh Pro C7200X has fueled us to boost the digital printing power.”

The Ricoh Pro C7200X is a highly versatile digital press with a five-color printing capacity, Khan says, “This new digital press is a highly stable machine for premium quality print production at high speed. It can run at a speed of up to 85 ppm and can print on a variety of substrates up to 360 gsm with the segment’s highest resolution of 2400 4800 dpi.” He says the digital press has enhanced the print quality and creative art elements in Best Offset’s marketing materials such as brochures, business cards, flyers and leaflets, and so on. 

With a team of 55 highly experienced printing and graphic designing professionals, Best Offset maintains the highest standards of printing, which combines affordability and quality in equal measures. “We do our best to satisfy our customers, who are predominantly from Rajasthan, and they are a mixed bag containing almost everyone. The list consists of local publishers of magazines such as My Home Interior & Design,” Khan says. Best Offset can be profiled as a printer of journals, notebooks, calendars, certificates, etc. 

“If you can think it, we can ink it,” says Khan. This new press has empowered them to take up new commercial printing projects with a special color gamut and on a variety of substrates. Khan praised Monotech Systems for its support and guidance.

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