Roto Print invests in a new Ricoh to enhance digital printing capability

Ricoh Pro C9200 allows us to take on more jobs and improve our overall output – R. Anandan

R Anandan, the proprietor of Roto Print, with the new Ricoh Pron C9200

Roto Print, a digital printer in Chennai, has invested in a Ricoh Pro C9200 cut-sheet production printer machine from Minosha to elevate its printing capabilities. The printer, which started business in 2014 with a Ricoh machine, is a one-stop shop for design and printing needs with expertise in digital printing. It offers brochures, flyers, short-run books, and folder printing facilities.

R Anandan, the proprietor of Roto Print, says quality, speed, and cost-efficiency are major points of concern for any printer. “Our investment in the Ricoh Pro C9200 proved to be a game-changer for us as it has helped us elevate our printing capabilities and serve our clients in a better way. Its impressive printing speed of 115 ppm allows us to take on more jobs and improve our overall output. Now we can offer our clients superior prints at an attractive price.”

Two of the 10 skilled staff at Roto Print are dedicated to the new Ricoh machine and have been trained by Minosha to ensure they stay up to date with the latest features and functions.

The Ricoh Pro C9200 digital press has become a strategic asset for Roto Print, particularly when it comes to expanding its capabilities and margins. The key differentiator lies in its ability to handle a wider color gamut, including special colors such as fluorescents.

Now we confidently tell clients that we can print any color. This unique selling proposition has been a powerful tool in attracting new customers and differentiates us from our competitors.”

The integration of Ricoh’s print engine and fiery controller has enhanced its capabilities and allowed it to go for precise color management and a streamlined workflow, ensuring consistent quality across all its projects, he explained.

With a strong belief in Ricoh machines, Anandan looks forward to exploring future upgrades from the company as he continues to serve his clients with the best possible printing solutions.

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