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 Josero demos the new Ricoh Pro L5160e


 Josero demos the new Ricoh Pro L5160e
Leading wide-format printing solutions provider Josero has installed a new Ricoh Pro L5160e printer at its Cambridgeshire showroom, thus enabling customers to experience live demonstrations of the Latex machine. The printer has been configured in two x CMYK, with Josero already conducting live demos for customers from across the UK.

The installation follows the announcement in September 2021 that Josero had been appointed as a UK reseller for the full range of Ricoh’s leading Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printers and latest generation of wide-format Latex printers.

The two businesses are now working together to deliver these advanced printing solutions to end-user customers throughout the UK. Based on Ricoh’s leading inkjet head and ink technology expertise, the Ricoh Pro L5160e and Ricoh Pro L5130e machines are an evolution from the immensely successful Ricoh Pro L5160 and Ricoh Pro L5130 Latex large-format printers and add Ricoh’s own enhanced quick-drying white, green and orange inks to the set-up, thus further extending the printers application and colour capabilities.

Both models open up a huge array of opportunities for sign and print companies with the ability to operate at class-leading speeds of up to 46.7sq m/hr.

Sarah Winterbottom, Managing Director of Josero, who is pictured above, commented: “The latest Ricoh latex machines filled a gap in our product range and have been a powerful addition to our line-up. As a business, we’re extremely focused on sustainability and the Ricoh Pro Latex large-format printer technology fits perfectly within this ethos.

“It’s fantastic that the machine has now been installed and we can showcase this eco-conscious technology to our loyal customers in our own demonstration facility.”

For further information, please visit www.ricoh.co.uk

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