Xeretec has announced the largest single inkjet sale in the company’s history. Print provider, DG3, has installed a Xerox High Fusion 2400 Inkjet solution enabling them to print directly onto offset coated stocks at high-speed, producing customised communications.
The acquisition of the Xerox Trivor HF2400 adds to DG3’s existing print fleet at its Dagenham Dock site, and will enable it to offer its clients increased print and output capabilities. The Trivor 2400’s High Fusion inks have been formulated to deliver outstanding visual resolution on a full range of matt, silk and gloss offset coated and uncoated stocks.
The Xerox Trivor 2400 with High Fusion Inks will enable DG3 to offer clients digital colour on a broader range of paper types and weights, together with a lower cost of print. The Xerox Trivor 2400’s new controller technology aids ease of use and device management and its advanced colour management delivers brilliant colour with offset like quality.
Barry Page, DG3’s Managing Director said, “DG3 is very excited by the Trivor and the potential it offers our business and the opportunities it presents our clients. The output quality is superb, and its footprint is compact relative to the powerful performance it delivers. Not only does it tick a lot of boxes for us, it has given our production department more firepower, while the ink-jet technology ensures a lower cost base which will help to accelerate our growth.”
Steve Andrew, Group Production Director at Xeretec added, “we’re simply delighted with the sale and that the installation has gone so well. To engage with a progressive, dynamic and successful company like DG3 and deliver the solution they required, has been a resounding success for all involved. The value that this solution will add sends a strong signal out to the broader market about the versatility, productivity and quality of our ink-jet technology combined with the expertise Xeretec offers. We are confident that the Trivor HF2400 will play a key role in delivering not just for DG3 but for its future clients as well.”