Bordeaux to launch custom-made solutions for wide format printers at FESPA Africa

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Bordeaux Digital Printink and its authorised reseller Graphix Supply World (GSW), will launch a complete offering of custom-made solutions for most wide and grand format digital printers during FESPA Africa July 2-4 2014 (Hall 3 E15/C11/E19).

GSW is also offering visitors a valuable buy-1-get-1-free ink set for newly converted wide format printers.   The offer is valid on selected Eco solvent inks and only during FESPA Africa.

“Bordeaux is our single source for original high quality inks,” says Mr. Robert Franco, Managing Director of GSW.  “We can guarantee savings of 20%-50% depending on the ink type, printer ink consumption specifications, printing mode and the application being printed. One of the key new products we will promote at FESPA Africa is Bordeaux’s ink for the Oce Arizona line of printers.”

On stand, visitors will experience the latest additions to Bordeaux environmentally friendly Eco solvent and Mild solvent inks, including Bordeaux’s fully tested and proven Mix & Match series, 100% colour and chemically compatible OEM inks.   These environmentally friendly inks, free of VOCs, are formulated to achieve optimum adhesion, high quality colour and performance as well as long-term outdoor durability with multiple rigid, flexible and super-flexible substrates.

One of the new to market solutions shown on stand will be the Bordeaux Bulk Ink System for Roland printers using 1-litre ink bags. Using this system will enable Roland owners to enjoy substantial cost savings over the 440ml cartridge and also enable longer unattended and uninterrupted printing.

“Our long-standing business relationship with GSW has proven to be successful.  We will introduce products that have not been offered in South Africa by GSW until now,” says Mr. Matthew Reijnders, Bordeaux’s Sales & Business Development Director.  “We are confident that GSW’s market coverage coupled with its professional technical team will further develop our business goals in South Africa.”