New Delhi based Xtreme Office Aids Pvt Ltd goes with Ricoh Pro C751EX

Targeting to offer their customers rather effective printing solutions, one of the leading print service providers in New Delhi, Xtreme Office Aids Pvt Ltd recently inaugurated Ricoh Pro C751EX colour production system. "The new and revolutionary coolant technology in the machine providing good, consistent print quality with colour accuracy made us to decide buying Ricoh digital printer," conveyed Sushil Goel of the company, adding, "This Ricoh printer is quite efficient providing very good speed and we have already started using the printer up to optimum level just within 15-20 days after installation as we have already adequate workflow from our various clients. Resultantly, we are expecting to receive return on this investment very soon."

Adding value to print, Ricoh Pro C751EX colour production system delivers optimal output quality with incredible resolution of 1200 x 4800 dpi at fast speed of 75 pages-per-minute. It enables quickly identify the active paper tray and minimize mis-feeds with the tray indicator light. All paper trays feature an LED lamp, so operators can efficiently refill paper in idle trays during print runs to prepare for the next job. With dual-processor architecture and robust horsepower, operators can simultaneously RIP one file while processing another to enhance productivity.

"Apart from providing top of the line print quality, Ricoh Pro C751 EX colour production system also enables us to print on different types of substrates, including special media such as transparency, and vinyl sheets.," added Sushil commenting on the highlighted features of the Ricoh printer. He also appreciated the after sales support of team Ricoh India.

Established in the year of 2006 and also equipped with Heidelberg offset machine, lamination, cutting machine etc, Xtreme Office Aids Pvt Ltd is operating their printing business with their print facilities at several locations. "Since inception of the company, we have constantly been achieving our business goals, and are expecting further 25-30 percent growth in the next three years," concluded Sushil.

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