Leading Canadian Printer Adds Two NEXFINITY Presses
Lowe-Martin, one of the leading print providers in North America, is expanding its business with two new KODAK NEXFINITY Digital Presses. With offices in Ottawa and Toronto, Lowe-Martin’s services include large format digital (LFD), retail, commerce, direct mail, secure printing, e-commerce / fulfillment and packaging. With the addition of two NEXFINITY digital presses, Lowe-Martin increases uptime, increases performance, and expands its capabilities to open new markets and serve more customers.
“As a long-time KODAK NEXPRESS user, migrating to NEXFINITY was an easy decision,” said Ward Griffin, CEO of Lowe-Martin. “NEXPRESS has been a reliable workhorse for us and we look forward to the speed, quality, versatility and cost efficiency of NEXFINITY to further cement our position as a key supplier to retail and commercial printing customers.”
The NEXFINITY Digital Press is designed for maximum throughput at production speeds of up to 152 A4 pages per minute. It works with a unique perfecting of the same edge that ensures optimal registration of the printed sheets from front to back and from side to side. The press supports an exceptionally versatile range of substrate types, thicknesses and sheet sizes – without expensive surface treatments. In its fifth imaging unit, it also offers an unmatched range of decorating options for digital prints. NEXFINITY owners like Lowe-Martin can choose from 13 standard fifth image unit solutions for inline digital print enhancements, including specialty inks and custom colors, as well as matt and glossy surfaces. With these unique image effects, printers can improve their customers’ communication and secure jobs with higher income.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to work with a long-standing customer like Lowe-Martin to future proof their business to achieve our goals,” said Jeff Zellmer, VP Global Sales & Strategy, Eastman Kodak Company. “By choosing NEXFINITY, Lowe-Martin can optimize its operational efficiencies while expanding its range of applications for years to come.”