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NEC Graph-Fix Ltd. doubles print speeds and capacity with new HP Scitex 11000

NEC Graph-Fix Ltd, a UK-based visual communications specialist, added an HP Scitex 11000 Industrial Press to their existing HP Scitex portfolio in January 2018. The new press was installed to help NEC Graph-Fix in their mission to offer exceptional standards of end-to-end print solutions for the outdoor, in-store and exhibition sectors.

The HP Scitex 11000 is an industrial flatbed printer that offers 16 levels of greyscale for unrivalled print quality and is capable of multiload printing. The recent purchase by NEC Graph-Fix has allowed for extra production capacity. This is an increasing need as the business faces requests with tighter deadlines and the need for faster print speeds.

“As an innovation-led business, we’re always on the lookout for the latest technologies and trends in print. Consistently investing in our equipment means we’re able to stay ahead of the curve, which in turn allows our clients to do the same,” said Tim James, Managing Director of NEC Graph-Fix Ltd. “The ability to deliver a higher level of print quality for our customers in both retail and display sectors was core to our decision in choosing the HP Scitex 11000 press. HP has proven itself over the years to be an invaluable partner to NEC, offering unrivalled support in an ever-demanding market sector.”

The HP Scitex 11000 Industrial Press allows print service providers to grow their offering and business with high flexibility. Margins are improved with the industrial productivity and quality offered by the HDR Technology, and this device allows users to confidently convert more projects to digital with ongoing press enhancements, tools and support services.

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