Nearly six months after installing an Océ VarioPrint i300 inkjet press, commercial printer Goodway Group is reporting uptimes above 95 percent, “decreased operating costs and new opportunities for business growth.”
Said to be the first commercial printer in the Boston, Mass., metropolitan area to install an Océ VarioPrint i300, the system has allowed Goodway Group to nearly triple its capacity. Prior to installing the inkjet press, the company says it landed a large project for a national client, but were limited by the speed and capacity provided by older toner devices in the company’s print fleet.
“As one of Boston’s early adopters of digital technology, we are proud to now be the first in the region to acquire this groundbreaking technology,” said Mike Jenoski, President and CEO of Goodway Group of Massachusetts. “It has brought great value to our business and our customers in a short time. The feedback from our customers on the quality of the prints has been overwhelmingly positive and our capacity to print a high volume of impressions has increased exponentially.”
According to Jenoski, the Océ VarioPrint i300 enabled Goodway Group to plan and be confident in its ability to take on high-volume requests and complex applications.
“In a short amount of time, the Océ VarioPrint i300 has demonstrated its capabilities and we are confident it will help Goodway Group of Massachusetts to remain competitive in the marketplace and improve its daily print operations,” says Francis McMahon, Executive VP of Canon Solutions America’s Production Print Solutions.
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