Vijayawada’s Roheetth Printers buys two Ricoh Pros 

Ricoh Pro C7200x and Ricoh Pro 8320S

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Appa Rao Puppala, proprietor of Roheetth Printers with RICOH Pro 8320S

A commercial printing center at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, Roheetth Printers aims at quality printing with the successive back-to-back installations of two Ricoh Pro digital production presses. Both the machines have been provided by Monotech Systems.

Appa Rao Puppala, proprietor of Roheetth Printers, says, “A month after installing the Ricoh Pro C7200x digital color production press, we installed another Ricoh Pro 8320S monochrome digital production press. The second press was specially added for printing larger volumes of black and white documents, the inside pages of on-demand books, and many other applications.”

“We had been using a Konica Minolta AcurioPress for some time and now we got two Ricoh Pros. The two new digital production presses have accelerated us and empowered us to provide the exact print quality and texture that our customers want. In fact, these two machines have helped iin maintaining print quality and delivery deadlines like never before.”                

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Appa Rao Puppala, proprietor of Roheetth Printers with RICOH Pro C7200x

Incepted in the year 2001, Roheetth Printers has been a provider of creative and end-to-end graphic solutions for its customers. “Keeping in mind the changing market trends and growing needs in business, it was essential for us to upgrade with some advanced digital production presses,” says Puppala.  

He continues, “Productivity was paramount for us but versatility, sustainability and reliability were also keys for us. That’s why we chose the Ricoh Pro digital production presses that tick all the boxes for us.” For high-quality color printouts, the Ricoh Pro C7200x is an ideal machine for producing graphics in the resolution of 2400×4800 dpi. It can print on a broad range of heavyweight and lightweight media up to 360 gsm at the speed of 85 ppm (pages per minute). 

The Ricoh Pro 8320S is empowering Roheetth Printers to pull off crispy black and white prints at 136 ppm (pages per minute). Like the Pro C7200x, this press can deliver prints in the resolution of 2400×4800 dpi. “With these two Ricoh Pros in our production facility, and backed by our team of more than a dozen printing professionals, we are now capable of fulfilling what our customers want,” says Puppala. 

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