Good results for Colourgen
For its financial year ending June 2013, Colourgen reported a 12.5 percent increase in sales revenues, thanks largely to the rising popularity of the Mutoh ValueJet range of printers. Sales of other products, including Seiko I Infotech ColorPainters, Caldera RIPs and Kala laminators have also increased.
Commenting on the results, Jeff Biggs, Colourgen’s Managing Director, said: “There are plenty of reasons to be positive about the coming year. Both the Mutoh and Seiko II printers have shown very solid growth and there are some promising prospects for Seiko II around the new ColorPainter M-64S series, which was launched at FESPA. These increased printer sales have also boosted associated products, such as Caldera RIPs and Kala laminators. Caldera RIP sales have also increased because we have been able to demonstrate the benefits of the performance of the RIP to end users who are looking to streamline workflows, improve productivity and save costs by reducing waste.”
A highlight of the last financial year for Colourgen was the Mutoh ValueJet printer range, which combines reliability with a very competitive price point. Running costs can also be very low thanks to the recent introduction of Mutoh’s Universal Mild Solvent inks.
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