SGIA has recognized Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) technologies with two prestigious SGIA Product of the Year Awards. The awards honor outstanding digital imaging products, and both the EFI™ Nozomi C18000 single-pass inkjet corrugated packaging press and the new EFI™ VUTEk® h3 LED superwide-format printer were award winners.

Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the Southeast U.S., has announced an agreement with Electronics For Imaging, Inc., to sell and service EFI™ Wide Format printers across Mac Papers’ extensive distribution footprint.

Callprint, the leading multi-format printing firm, has added to its Birmingham site with a substantial investment in state-of-the-art wide-format printing technology.

London-based Park Communications is widely known as the city’s preeminent printer. Built on foundations of quality service, technology and consultative thinking, the company prides itself on a flexible approach and commitment to prompt project delivery. This was put to the test recently when they were contacted by Askew, a creative consultancy and design studio based in New York, at 10:30pm and asked to produce three high-quality fashion posters mounted on 1/4" white foamcore (24x36in), needed the following day.

Electronics For Imaging (EFI), have reported that Sandton, South Africa-based Beith Digital has installed an EFI™ VUTEk® 5r roll-to-roll LED inkjet superwide-format printer. The newly installed device delivers the high speed and quality the company needs to improve its graphics capabilities. For some time, the company has seen an increasing number of European clients entering the South African market and, with the new printer, Beith Digital can deliver the higher-quality backlit prints these new clients demand.

UK creative production business, Echo House, is first company in the world to invest in Fujifilm’s new, high-quality, high-productivity, super-wide printer.

Electronics for Imaging (EFI) announces the first European installation of the EFITM VUTEk® HS125 F4 hybrid flatbed/roll-to-roll inkjet press at FLYERALARM GmbH in Würzburg, Germany. The press will give the print service provider more flexibility in responding to customer requests.

A recently purchased EFI™ VUTEk® 5r LED roll-to-roll printer from EFI is driving new business opportunities at Italian digital printing company New Decor System. The printer - the Rome-based company's fourth 5-metre inkjet device - will be used to expand New Decor System's range of high-quality large format prints as the company works to grow local and national demand.

Electronics For Imaging (EFI), announced that Aahs Signs in greater Los Angeles has purchased an EFI™ VUTEk® LX3 Pro superwide-format printer with an EFI Fiery® proServer Premium digital front end (DFE). The company plans to leverage the versatility, throughput and speed of the hybrid flatbed/roll-to-roll printing device to expand its already thriving online novelty gift-production business and to meet growing demand for specialty large-format printing in the décor market.

Signage and wayfinding solutions experts, Reade Signs, has recently installed a new EFI Vutek LX3 – one of only eleven in the UK, supplied by CMYUK. The company has seen steady growth over the last three years, with the business growing by 20% year-on-year since 2015. This has been achieved by selling into more diverse markets, including architectural and wayfinding signage, whilst maintaining excellent client retention in existing markets.

EFI have reported that Beerse, Belgium-based Dacar Digital Printing has installed the 100th superwide-format LED roll-to-roll printer in the EFI™ VUTEk® 3r/5r LED roll-to-roll superwide-format line. Dacar chose a new 5-metre-wide VUTEk 5r model printer because of features that help boost users' commercial success while reducing costs, such as low energy consumption, high resolution and speed, and its value-added accessories.

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