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  • 26 Oct 2021

Edale expands service in Greece and Cyprus

British manufacturer Edale has appointed Lithomecanica as its new agent in Greece and Cyprus.

British manufacturer Edale has appointed Lithomecanica as its new agent in Greece and Cyprus.

Lithomecanica was established as a graphic arts business in 1964 and is highly regarded in the industry where it represents several manufacturers in the region. It covers a wide range of products, including offset, letterpress, gravure, screen printing, specializing in pre-press equipment.

Alexia Bacopoulou, co-owner, and Markos Chorianopoulos, sales manager of Lithomecanica, commented: ‘We are looking forward to starting our collaboration with Edale, as we mutually believe that a trustworthy partnership with the customer is the best way to achieve the best possible printing results. We are proud of this new partnership with Edale and its innovative printing solutions.’

‘We have a good flow of inquiries from Greece and Cyprus and have been looking for representation in the region for some time now,’ added Louise Bailey, business development manager at Edale. ‘We wanted to partner with an Agent who had built a strong reputation in the market and can provide the local technical expertise to support our customers.

‘When we met with Lithomecanica, we instantly felt that they would be a perfect fit with Edale and our customer service ethos. We feel confident that bringing together our expertise to connect closer with printing companies and sharing the technology will help future-proof their investment.  

‘Providing local support and offering sustainable print solutions will be our focus as we understand the growing pressure on businesses to produce highly efficient, environmentally sustainable printing solutions.

‘We are looking forward to connecting closer to local businesses, and our collaboration with Lithomecanica will enable us to share first-hand the benefits of our FL range of machines through our live virtual demonstrations. We also look forward to greeting customers at our purpose-built manufacturing factory at our UK Headquarters.’

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