Minosha showcases Ricoh printers at Pamex 2024

Ricoh Pro 9500 and 7500 were main highlights

Minosha India showcased its portfolio of Ricoh printers at Pamex 2024

Printing solutions supplier Minosha India showcased its portfolio of Ricoh’s production printers, laser printers, and multifunctional printers at Pamex 2024 in Mumbai.

The recently launched Ricoh Pro C9500 and Ricoh Pro C7500 production printers were the main highlights of Minosha’s stand and aroused a lot of interest among the visitors. Ricoh’s IM 460F multifunctional printer and office printing solutions designed to meet the needs of businesses across India were the other highlights.

DP Mahajan, national head of direct channel and production printing business, Minosha India, emphasized that the widespread installation of Ricoh’s recently launched production printers across the country, attributing this surge in demand to their superior print quality, energy efficiency, and versatile application. “We are trying to shorten the delivery period and install more printers.”

Atul Thakker, managing director of Minosha India and DP Mahajan, national head of direct channel and production printing business, Minosha India with Ricoh ProC9500 at Pamex 2024

Discussing Minosha’s customer experience center, Mahajan said it is needed for a hands-on experience, which is highly important before investing in a printer of this scale. “We received many inquiries and have addressed those with a practical approach in the experience center,” he said.

Atul Thakker, managing director of Minosha India, said, “Participating in Pamex 2024, a pivotal event in the printing industry, was truly thrilling. Minosha’s commitment to revolutionizing printing was vividly showcased through our groundbreaking products, marking a pivotal shift towards enhanced efficiency and sustainability. Our presence at Pamex was more than just a product unveiling; it symbolized our relentless dedication to empowering businesses with cutting-edge technologies. Moving forward, we eagerly anticipate continuing this journey, pushing boundaries, and establishing new standards for excellence in the printing industry.”

In the interaction, Thakker pointed out that the increase in short-run jobs directly correlates with the rising sales of Ricoh printers. He highlighted the industry-wide shift towards digital printing with many traditional offset players opting to invest in digital printers for short-run jobs.

Minosha finalized several agreements with clients in the exhibition itself, as per expectations.


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