Polytype is pleased to announce the successful installation of the swissQprint Impala at Print Leader in Buffalo, NY.
“After spending two days looking at the UV flatbed printers at the ISA 2011 show, it did nothing but bolster our confidence that we had made the very best decision for our business. There was no machine that we looked at that could match the Impala's combination of speed and superior image quality,” shared Eric Leader, Production Manager and Owner at Print Leader.
“Polytype has once again raised the bar. We have been one of their customers for over 8 years, and with their cutting-edge technology, superior print quality, and the finest technicians and support staff, they have consistently provided us with a rock-solid foundation for us to build our business on.”
Print Leader is a unique blend of advanced digital printing technology combined with a high level of expertise in graphic services. They cover the entire span from artwork creation and printing to installation on-site; and specialise in providing grand format printing, photographic prints, and on-demand document printing for discerning markets including casino, banking, airports and tradeshows.
They offer environmentally-friendly UV inks and toners in combination with green or recyclable substrates for most applications. Print Leader has been providing high-quality solutions for over 40 years.
About Polytype America: Polytype (with worldwide headquarters in Fribourg, Switzerland) is renowned in the wide-format digital inkjet space as a distributor and manufacturer of resilient, reliable printing technologies for the production of many different decorative, display and industrial applications. With characteristic Swiss attention to precision engineering inherent to all of its technologies, its range of wide- and super-wide format UV-curable printers is recognised for its ability to produce high-quality graphics on a practically unlimited range of substrates. Polytype America is located in Mahwah, NJ and is also the exclusive distributor for the swissQprint ‘Oryx’ and ‘Impala’ printers.