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Epson opens new technology centre in California

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Sep ’18

Keith Kratzberg, president and CEO of Epson America at the centre: Courtesy: Epson America

Keith Kratzberg, president and CEO of Epson America at the centre: Courtesy: Epson America

Epson America, Inc. has opened a new Epson Technology Centre in California. The centre will showcase unique Epson printing solutions and applications, while providing a comprehensive, hands-on experience for customers and dealers with the full Epson wide-format printing portfolio, including dye-sublimation, signage, photography, and DTG printing solutions.

“Whether new to Epson technology or expanding their current offerings, this technology centre provides an outstanding opportunity for customers and dealers to experience the capabilities of Epson professional imaging technology in a single location,” said Andreas Goehring, director, Professional Imaging, Epson America, Inc. “We know that purchasing new imaging hardware is a major investment, and this technology centre will allow customers to experience our latest technologies using their own files, helping them to make a more informed purchase.”

In addition to the Epson Technology Centre, Epson will be working with dealers to launch Epson Certified Solution Centres in key metropolitan areas later this year. The certified solution centres will provide potential customers with a closer look at Epson’s award-winning professional imaging technology, the opportunity to engage with product experts, and run test print samples using their own files.

The new Carson Epson Technology Centre will give customers and dealers a deeper look into expansion of their services and improve workflow with Epson solutions, including the SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation and direct-to-garment printers for textile applications; the SureColor T-Series wireless technical printers; SureColor P-Series aqueous printers for photography, proofing and graphic design; and the SureColor S-Series solvent printers for signage, vehicle graphics and fine art reproduction, Epson said in a press release. (RR)

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