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  • 31 Mar 2022

Apex Europe appoints distributor in Romania

(L-R) Joszef Bugar, sales manager Printman, Wim Busch, area sales manager Apex Europe and Mihai Cobianu, CEO Printman

Apex International has appointed Printman as its distributor in Romania.

Established in 2000 and headquartered in Otopeni, Printman offers a range of products and services.  
Jozsef Bugar, sales manager, said: ‘We are delighted by this opportunity to be the sole authorized reseller for all Apex anilox rollers on the local market. This new partnership complements Printman's product portfolio of solutions and helps position us as the leading supplier for the Romanian graphic arts industry.’   
Printman brings its expertise in the wide range of consumables it offers for each step of the print process: prepress, press and post-press. The company will cover the exclusive Romanian territory for Apex Europe to bring the Apex brand even closer to the local flexo, offset and digital industry. 
Joris Cabri, VP Sales of Europe and Africa, shared: ‘We're happy to have launched this partnership with Printman. Printman is a respected name in Romania, bringing the experience and the professionals needed to serve our customers in this market. As we enter a new year, we are confident that this partnership will be a strong win for our customers.’  
Apex supplies Printman with its anilox products including the Apex patented technology for efficient ink transfer – GTT 2.0 engraved anilox.  
‘GTT’s low-porosity hybrid ceramic composition provides the highest-density, hardest, and most ink-repellent ceramic surface layer available. A quality that every printer can count on. It facilitates true Fixed Palette printing and enhances press productivity improvements, that enable uptimes of 65 percent to 70 percent,’ the company said. 


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