Konica Minolta C6501 powers Intime Reprographics' digital print shops in New Delhi and Greater Noida

Rahul Kumar
Friday, October 7, 2011

Impressed with the quality of print delivered by the first Konica Minolta C6501 installed at Intime Reprographics at its unit in New Delhi, the firm has invested in a second Konica Minolta C6501, this time for its Greater Noida facility.

"The matt finishes and near offset-like print quality are key reasons for our decision to opt for the C6501, when we decided to invest in a second digital press," said Saji Nair, owner of Intime Reprographics.

Nair did documentation work for conferences prior to starting the digital print firm in 1991. "My background in print and the fact that I could bundle print services, inspired me to start the firm," he said.

The family-run digital print units, which are managed by Nair, his son and brother, are equipped with post-press facility. "We have machines like punching; nipping; hot and cold lamination; binding and other machines to convert the print production of plotters from HP, Canon and Oce, digital printing presses from Konica Minolta and photocopy machines into a final product," said Nair.

The firm operates from a 1,350 sq/ft site in Delhi and 950 sq/ft in Greater Noida and claims to cater to more than 100 clients from the government and corporate sectors in Gurgaon, Delhi, Noida and Greater Noida.

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