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Mimaki to reveal latest innovations at FESPA Africa 2019

Under the theme ‘Imagine the Future of Print’, Mimaki Europe will take the visitors of FESPA Africa 2019, to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa between 11-13 September, on a journey through its cost-effective and profit-generating printing solutions.

The manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems will demonstrate how businesses can use Mimaki technology to “support increased revenues, address new markets and drive pioneering application possibilities”.

Mimaki’s latest JFX200-2513 EX large flatbed UV inkjet printer will be exhibited in Africa for the first time at the exhibition. With a new print mode and an extra printhead, the printer boasts substantial productivity increases on previous JFX models – when printing in four

Flexofit seeks to improve printing industries in African countries

Flexofit GmbH held a seminar in Kampala, Uganda on 13 June where representatives from Esko, Chespa, Renzmann, Nilpeter, Gama and Koenig & Bauer presented latest industry news and developments in printing and packaging.

The presentations covered topics such as prepress, plate-making, printing devices and facilities, as well as techniques and water-based solutions in addition to local challenges and changes.
In the last 20 years, Uganda saw an yearly economic growth of 5%-10%. Recently

Rotocon calls its participation at Propak Africa ‘record breaking’

Rotocon confirmed a “record-breaking” exhibition across their three stands at the triennial Propak Africa held this year 12-15 March in Johannesburg, with 17 confirmed orders for label printing and finishing equipment.

Ordered were five Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ series UV inkjet presses, five Rotocon Ecoline RDF 330 digital label converting and four Ecoline RSD 330 label diecutting/inspection machines, an AVT Helios 100% automated inline inspection solution with WorkFlow Link, a Domino K600i

OKI Europe appoints new sales director for Africa and Turkey

OKI Europe Limited announces the appointment of Neil Rom as the new sales director for Africa and Turkey with immediate effect.

After his thorough experience of 24 years as OKI’s distributor in South Africa, Neil had been a key aspect in the success of Printacom, he achieved several milestones in the territory growing OKI presence and market share throughout Southern Africa and focusing on key industry verticals such as retail back-office, banking, graphics solutions, and many more.

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