Jodhpur’s Best Offset gets India’s first Ricoh Pro C9500

Recently launched digital press supplied by Monotech Systems

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Rehan Khan with the Ricoh Pro C9500

Jodhpur-based Best Offset has installed a Ricoh Pro C9500 digital colour production press, launched recently in India by Ricoh and Monotech Systems —a machine manufacturer and provider for the printing and  packaging industry. The Ricoh Pro C9500 adds to Best Offset’s digital printing arsenal.

Best Offset’s printing and production facility has different divisions for pre-press, press and post-press activities. A team of more than 50 experienced printing and graphic designing professionals handles the divisions. Since its inception in the year 2016, Best Offset has been serving clients from different market and industrial segments from all over Rajasthan.      

“We have been extensively engaging in all printing platforms, whether offset or digital, to serve our customers to the fullest satisfactory levels of their sheer demands and desires. In this respect, we would proudly say that our digital production printing is now fully escalated to a new height, because we are equipped with the Ricoh Pro C9500 digital colour production press,” says Rehan Khan, director, Best Offset.

“After all, we are so proud of being the first owner of the Ricoh Pro C9500 in India. We had been using the Ricoh Pro C7200X (from Monotech Systems). Digital printing is actually gaining ground with such advanced Ricoh production presses. With the purchase of such high-end digital colour production presses such as the Ricoh RICOH Pro C9500, we have built up our confidence to churn even long-run jobs closer to offset quality on a digital platform.”                

Asked about his first impression of the Ricoh Pro C9500, Khan said, “Speed & quality! We were stunned to find the upgraded features and advancements of this newly introduced next-generation digital colour production press from Monotech Systems.” 

The Pro C9500 has been upgraded to run at a maximum speed of 135 ppm (pages per minute). It can take up an array of lightweight as well as heavyweight media ranging from 40 gsm up to 470 gsm to produce dazzling graphics in industry’s leading resolution of 2400×4800 dpi.

Being a top-of-the-line digital production press, the Ricoh Pro C9500 is engineered to redefine what it takes to unfold a new paradigm shift in quality and speed printing on the digital front. Khan says the digital press’ versatility in terms of media handling and other advancements have enabled Best Offset to handle everything flawless in the commercial printing arena that would eventually stand out impressively amid the crowds and move ahead of market competitors.

“Due to our familiarity with Ricoh Pro digital production presses and Monotech Systems, the Ricoh Pro C9500 is yet another household marvel for us to further explore the new capability of digital production printing. In this new venture with this most resilient digital production press ever installed in our production facility, we would like to pay our thankfulness to the machine and Monotech Systems alike,” affirms Khan, adding that they look forward to venturing into more of such timely upgrades.

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