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Delphax signs reseller deal with Triquerta

June 17, 2019  By PrintAction Staff

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Delphax Solutions, Inc., (DSI) a digital inkjet press designer and manufacturer, today announced it has signed a reseller agreement with Triquerta Imaging Solutions of Mississauga, Ont.

Triquerta is the first Canadian company to formally sign up to DSI’s Sales Partnership Program, announced in March 2019. The deal enables Triquerta to represent DSI’s Elan HD range of colour inkjet presses in the Canadian marketplace and extends its existing product offering to include high performance production equipment.

“We are extremely pleased to have Triquerta join us in representing the Elan HD here in Canada. A key component of our distribution strategy is having the right partners working with us not only in the technical aspects of our products, but also within our sales channels, and we are confident that we have a sound partner in Triquerta,” Richard Lee, CEO of Delphax Solutions Inc., says.


Driven by Memjet’s VersaPass technology with 1600 x 1375 dpi CMYK printing sheet sizes from 8 x 8 inches to 18 x 26 inches on a range of weights, with throughput of up to 500 letter impressions per minute, the Elan HD is suitable for both variable and short-run publishing applications. As well, the Elan system to be serviced by either DSI Technicians or the customer’s own in-house technicians. DSI and Triquerta will also be offering end-users “No Click” options which, when combined with the self-service option flexibility, ensures that the end-user has the most cost-effective offering of any sheetfed inkjet press in this class, the company explains.

“We are excited about the partnership with Delphax Solutions which allows us to complement our digital product portfolio,” says John O’Neill, Managing Director of Triquetra Imaging Solutions. “As well, Delphax Solutions’ ability to provide a state-of-the-art demo and research development facility in Mississauga allows for additional product development in Canada.”

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