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Konica Minolta signs off on £90k Print Show sale

Konica Minolta has enjoyed a successful second day at The Print Show 2018, finalising a sales deal worth around £90,000.

Rob Fletcher

Rob Fletcher

Print Monthly consultant editor

Thursday, 20 Sep 2018 10:09 GMT










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Dekgraphics signs off on the Konica Minolta deal at The Print Show 2018

Dekgraphics visited the manufacturer’s stand at the NEC yesterday (Wednesday) to complete a deal for a flagship AccurioPress C6085 and an entry-level machine with long-sheet capabilities.

Southampton-based Dekgraphics provides a variety of services to customers, ranging from booklets through to magazines for churches.

Russell Palmer, PPD specialist at Konica Minolta, spoke to Print Monthly about the deal, explaining that the new kit will support existing Konica machinery in place at Dekgraphics.

The new kit will give them increased capacity, reliability and quality colour

“They’ve been with us for five years now; they originally started off with the one press and have now built it up to a fleet of six or seven,” Palmer says.

“They already have six Konica Minolta machines in place and this is to add to their fleet to increase it.

“The new kit will give them increased capacity, reliability and quality colour.”

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