Attendees of Graphics Canada trade show, Canada's largest and longest-running showcase for the graphic arts and printing industry, can meet with a representative from Durst and receive complete information on Durst's line of Rho production digital inkjet printers.
The trade show takes place 10-12 November in Toronto's International Centre. Durst – the "Industrial Inkjet Specialist" – will be located in Hall 1 Booth #1046. There, show attendees can get the latest information on the 98-inch Rho 1000 High-Speed Continuous Inkjet Production System, the five-meter Rho 500R Superwide Roll-to-Roll Inkjet Printer, the three-meter Rhotex 320 roll printer for textile and "soft signage" applications, and Durst's other world-class wide- and superwide-format digital printers.
"As Canada grows, Durst is growing right along with it. Canadians print providers – from Montreal to Toronto to Vancouver – have come to depend on Durst to expand their businesses," said Christopher Howard, Senior Vice President for North American Sales & Marketing. "We'll be at Graphics Canada to meet with and support our growing family of Canadian customers, and to provide show attendees with updates and answers about our award-winning printers."
Durst printers are currently installed at Airos Studio in Kelowna, BC; Clarke Productions in Dundas, ON; Cowan Graphics in Edmonton, AB; Holland & Crosby in Mississauga, ON; ICON
Digital in Richmond Hill, ON; Imagerie DB in Boisbriand, QC; Canadian Impact Imaging in Mississauga, PNH Innovations in Dorval, QC, and Mississauga; SCL Imaging in Scarborough, ON; and Version Imaging Plus in Montreal, QC – along with a number of other Canadian print providers from coast to coast.
"Our customers in Canada demonstrate a great deal of initiative and creativity in selecting our most innovative platforms to take on brand new applications that their clients are asking for, and growing their businesses in the process," Howard said. "We're looking forward to visiting with them at Graphics Canada, and making some new friends as well."