Minosha India launches Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500

New customer experience center in Okhla inaugurated

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(L-R) DP Mahajan, national head - direct channel and production printing business, Minosha India, Atul Thakker, managing director, Minosha India, Koji Miyao, president, Ricoh graphic communications BU, Ben Chong, Ricoh digital services BU Courtesy- PSA

Minosha India, one of the authorized distributors of Ricoh’s imaging solution and digital solutions recently inaugurated its customer experience center at Okhla in New Delhi. In addition to the center’s inauguration, Minosha India also introduced the Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro c7500, digital color presses to the Indian market. The printers are being launched with a focus on automation, enhanced image quality, media handling, and ease of use. The experience center is equipped with all the necessary facilities to allow visitors to fully experience the features of these  machines.

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Ricoh Pro C9500 at the customer experience center in Okhla Courtesy- PSA

Sharing his views on the occasion, Atul Thakker, managing director of Minosha India, addressed the printing community saying, “At the brink of a transformative printing era, the Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500 aren’t just printers, they’re investments in your business’s future. Minosha India and Ricoh are thrilled to introduce products that revolutionize your printing, elevating efficiency and quality. They’re your gateway to pioneering excellence in a dynamic business landscape, propelling you ahead of the curve. With these innovations, you’re investing in the resilience of your business, and we’re excited to be part of this transformative journey with you.”

Koji Miyao, president, Ricoh graphic communications BU and corporate officer of Ricoh commented, “Our partnership with Minosha reflects our shared commitment to innovation and excellence. The Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500 represent a transformative leap in printing technology, offering businesses the tools they need to succeed in today’s ever-changing landscape. With Minosha, we’re excited to empower enterprises with next-gen capabilities, exceptional quality, and a clear path to future success. Together, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of digital printing, ensuring our customers stay ahead of the curve.”

The Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500 support a wide range of media, from 40 GSM to 470 GSM, that the company claims enabling printing of any application for any digital printing segment. The new series features built-in technologies to better ensure consistent color and print quality. The Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500 respectively achieve speeds of up to 135 pages per minute (115 ppm is standard) and 95 pages per minute (85 ppm is standard). These printers can deliver front-to-back registration with any media type and can handle high monthly volumes of up to 1,000,000 pages and 240,000 pages respectively with auto duplex and perfecting capabilities up to 470 GSM.

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Printed copies from Ricoh Pro C9500 Courtesy- PSA

Thakker highlighted the cost-effectiveness of the newly introduced printers as one of the key features for the Indian market. “You will be getting more features with lesser running cost.”

Miyao added, “India being a vibrant country, Ricoh Pro C7500 with its seven special color features, including gold and silver, will be a great investment for the photobook industry in India.” The entire team claims the printer brings vibrant and true-to-life colors to the pages of photobooks, giving images pop with clarity and detail. The attendees were shown the color difference and improved vibrancy of photos printed by the Ricoh Pro C7500.

Customer Experience Center

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Ricoh Pro C7500 at the customer experience center in Okhla Courtesy- PSA

DP Mahajan, national head of Minosha India emphasized the pivotal role of the customer experience center in providing print entrepreneurs with a first-hand experience of the technology and innovations. Speaking of the need to understand the intricacies of the printers, that can enable them to better respond to customers, he said, “The primary objective of this experience center is to share the know-how of the printer and knowledge of what it can do. We are planning to train students from printing institutions at the experience center as well.”

“Each product comes with some new technology and features and that is what the customer needs to experience. We can give a brochure, but once you experience it first hand then you realize the work it can perform.” he added. 

The event reflected the great expectations of the Minosha India team of the Indian market for the new Ricoh digital presses. The new customer experience center reinforces its committment to digital press customers.

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