Inkjet International - 7/26/2006
InkJet Gets Big in Small Format
Dallas, Texas, USA - 26 July 2006: InkJet International LTD, a leading nation-wide digital printer of grand-format
out-of-home media since 1995, today announced its strategic expansion into the small format on-demand document
printing and high-resolution photo-realistic printing segments.
InkJet has completed internal expansion in its existing facility in Dallas, Texas to accommodate all-new equipment
and additional sales and support staff to support new business opportunities. This expansion builds on Inkjet’s
successful 12-year old track record in the grand format digital printing industry, for which it is a recognized leader.
The new equipment includes:
- the first Oce LightJet 500XL printer installation in Texas, offering up to 72" wide printing, and capable of printing
high-resolution jobs for mall applications, photo-realistic, and much more.
- Canon CLC5100 5100S professional printer suitable for corporate reprographic departments, print-for-pay
establishments, graphic arts professionals, and other on-demand printing
- Konica-Minolta PrintCenter Pro1050p printer suitable for high-volume workflow print on-demand requirements
with complete finishing options
- Various machines and equipment to enable quality finishing, stamping, binding, shrink-wrapping, lamination,
mounting, and much more
All printers and related equipment are production ready, and orders are now being accepted.
Profitable Growth, Customer Driven
InkJet has grown steadily and profitably through the past 12 years with a dedication to quality, quick turnaround
time, and competitive pricing. The end result is reliability, measured by repeat business by both local and national
accounts. InkJet will apply this winning formula to its new products and services, while looking to constantly
improve its customer approval ratings.
Grand Format Expansion
Additionally, InkJet has also invested in two (2) new high-resolution grand format printers by Gandi Innovations,
model JETi 3318 capable of 600dpi print resolution; these additions further increase the output capacity of digital
grand format printing at the company to 13 printers to meet growing demand for banners, billboards, and other
New Team Members
InkJet is also pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Macnamara and Brent Ashton each to the position
of Business Development Manager. Together with experienced Client Executives, the addition of these customer-
oriented seasoned veterans aims to provide our customers with even more personal service and attention. An
additional 15 staff members encompassing Pre-Press graphic artists, Printer Operators, and support staff have
also been added to our team.