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Rebsons labels acquires Nilpeter’s Panorama

Rebsons Labels from South Africa moves into digital label printing with their purchase of a stand-alone Nilpeter Panorama – the first of its kind in Africa.
Talking about the investment, owner of Rebsons, Benny Friedmann, commented, “There is a constant and ever growing demand for digitally printed labels; run-lengths are getting shorter, and customers require variable data on labels and demand shorter delivery times. To accommodate all these requirements, we went for Nilpeter Panorama.”
“In addition to being a loyal Nilpeter customer for more than 40 years, we assessed the digital market during a 2- to 3-year period, and decided that the Stand-Alone PANORAMA was by far the best solution for us. An immediate benefit is our vast production of

Xerox partner Harel Mallac repositions its business

Mauritian long-term Xerox partner Harel Mallac Bureautique has recently changed its name to EO Solutions Ltd. (EO) as part of its rebranding and repositioning.  The company aims to be viewed as a “one-stop shop” provider for workplace systems and solutions to improve productivity.
At a customer launch event held at Casela World of Adventures, Cascavelle, in May, Alain Ah-Sue, MD of EO explained the company’s repositioning, “Our evolution from year to year has led us to expand our services and

Canon unveils concept to help Omani businesses potential

Canon Middle East  unveiled its new concept of ‘Explore, Inspire, Improve’ as part of the ‘Canon for Business’ offering in Oman. The initiative supports businesses in Oman to strengthen productivity, efficiency and sustainable development, and underline their position as a ‘Partner of Choice’ for their customers. The event was part of a series of ‘Canon for Business’ events in the Middle East.
Canon is exploring the changing world of business and data to address their challenges and improve

Africa Print donates money

Africa Print have donated R5000, as well as food and necessities to Rotary Club of Knights Pendragon, which is assisting those affected by the Knysna fires.
Africa Print has partnered with Rotary in the past for various charity outreach projects and believe this is an organisation worth supporting. Rotary has a number of initiatives underway to aid those in Knysna. They are on the ground with local knowledge and actively supporting and funding initiatives to make the displaced residents as

HP’s advanced printers in Saudi

HP Inc. has introduced new A3 multifunction printers (MFPs) in Saudi Arabia. The next generation portfolio is designed to provide qualified channel partners the ability to offer higher levels of       customization that meet a wider range of customers’ printing needs.
“We set out to offer our partners a robust portfolio of A3 MFPs with disruptive technologies and a range of finishing options to meet current and future printing needs,” said Zakaria El-Sayed, head of Print Business unit, HP Inc