Monotech shows digital solutions from top brands at PrintExpo

'Touch-and-feel' is important, says Tej Prakash Jain

Tej Prakash Jain, managing director, Monotech Systems at PrintExpo 2023. Courtesy- IPP

Displaying printing technologies from companies such as Ricoh, Scodix, Canon, and Monotech Systems’ popular brands PixelGlow, PixelFoil, Jetsci, and Pixeljet – Monotech Systems, a provider of innovative printing solutions, marked its presence at PrintExpo 2023, Chennai.

The attendees of the expo got to witness the live demonstration of the Ricoh Pro C7200 Series, Ricoh Pro C92000, Monotech Systems’ PixelGlow- digital UV and foiling system, and other machines at the Monotech’s stand.

Akash Kumar, marketing lead of Monotech Systems, said they provide their customers with a wide array of innovative and advanced printing solutions available in the market.

Providing the most innovative solutions to our customers at the most affordable price range is what makes Monotech stand out in the market,” says Tej Prakash Jain, managing director, of Monotech Systems. He adds, “We provide the best possible print enhancement technology through PixelGlow and PixelFoil, which is either not available with the competitors or not available at the price at which we are providing in the market.”

Commenting on the importance of PrintExpo, Jain said the ‘touch-and-feel’ phenomenon is very much important in our industry. Through these expos, people from every sector get a chance to witness the machines live to get an accurate idea of their quality, ability, and capability. “From a company point of view, these expos help us to connect with the right kind of customers.”

In upcoming years, Jain hinted at the launch of some new innovative technologies for the printing industry by Monotech Systems.

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