Komori sells first IS29 inkjet to India

Noel D'Cunha
Tuesday, June 7, 2016

At Drupa, Komori (15-D04) has sold its first B2 inkjet Impremia IS29 to India, to Ludhiana-based digital specialist Dulari Digital.

Komori said it had sold another nine offset presses in the first six days of Drupa to India, including six Enthrones.

Dulari specialises in wedding, photo, and commercial print in the state of Punjab.

Aman Goel, director at Dulari, said, “After seeing the prints, I am confident that that the IS29 will deliver the kind of colour consistency with a wide gamut that we need.”

The “litho quality” IS29 is Komori’s version of the Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1 – the jointly developed UV digital press that is capable of of 3,000sph simplex and 1,500sph duplex. It can print at a resolution of 1,200dpi on a maximum sheet size of 585x750mm. The India sale was coordinated by Komori’s India partner, Insight Communication & Print Solutions India.

Yoshiharu Komori, chairman and chief executive of Komori, said: “India is a big market for Komori. We hope we have made a beginning in the realm of becoming a full solution service provider.”

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