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  • 11 Jan 2017

Highcon Euclid III installed in Komori America Graphic Technology Center

Komori America and Highcon entered into a strategic selling agreement in late 2016

Komori America has installed a Highcon Euclid III in its Graphic Technology Center in in Rolling Meadows, Illinois.

Komori America and Highcon entered into a strategic selling agreement in late 2016, as reported here. Going forward, Komori America will sell and support the entire Highcon product line as part of its overall strategy to create new value and richer communications through ‘connected print’ – the ability to effectively connect various processes to Komori’s diverse functions with the latest technologies.

The Highcon Euclid III complements Komori’s advanced printing systems with its ability to remove bottlenecks in the post-press process as well as deliver increased design flexibility by offering a wide range of applications that include unique packaging products, intricate cutouts, etching, unique scoring capabilities and 3D modeling.

Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of  new business development for Komori America, commented: ‘We are very excited to have the Highcon Euclid III as part of our demo center. The need for greater flexibility, innovative applications and faster time to market is top of mind for all printers today and our goal is to continue to support our customers in meeting all three. Having the Highcon Euclid III here gives us the opportunity showcase the path to becoming a print media enterprise with the ability to cover both analog and digital workflows, from print to finishing.’


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