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OKI to distribute Degrava printer in Europe, Middle East and Africa

December 4, 2007

Degrava Systems, based in Roswell, GA, USA, has retained OKI Printing Solutions to distribute its DP-8500 printer throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Degrava Systems, based in Roswell, GA, USA, has retained OKI Printing Solutions to distribute its DP-8500 printer throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). OKI Printing Solutions is a subsidiary of OKI Data Corporation of Japan.

The printer combines OKI Printing Solutions’ digital LED print engine with Degrava’s DP-8500 digital press to deliver what Degrava describes as “an affordable, high quality, simple solution for short run label printing”.

“OKI Printing Solutions, with its outstanding marketing, sales and customer support, provides Degrava Systems with the best possible opportunity to support users of the DP-8500 in the EMEA market,” says Mike Bertolani, international sales and marketing for Degrava Systems. “The partnership with OKI has allowed both companies to expand into new markets and offer the most affordable, flexible and technologically sound printing solution to our customers.”

Degrava Systems is a supplier of narrow web digital color printing systems, color management software, consumables and related post-press peripherals. Degrava serves the markets and applications specific to digital printing including labels, tags and forms for commercial, retail, manufacturing, medical, food, and industrial industries.
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