Jacky’s to hold open house in Bangladesh
Dubai, January 17, 2011
UAE-based Jacky’s Gulf is holding its first open house in Dhaka, Bangladesh to present the latest technologies in the large-format printing sector highlighting the next generation of latex and flatbed applications from HP.
Aimed primarily to large format graphics professionals and enthusiasts, the event will be held at Dhaka Sheraton Hotel on January 17.
Jacky’s Gulf, together with HP, will highlight trends in graphics, POP and outdoor advertising market through a series of presentations.
Targeting corporate clients and print service providers, new ideas in how brands can market themselves differently will be showcased using HP latex and UV printers, a statement said.
“Outdoor advertising and large format printing sector in Bangladesh has grown tremendously in the last few years and it is one of our key markets in South Asia,” said Ashish Panjabi, chief operating officer, Jacky’s Gulf.
“We would like to keep our customers in Bangladesh informed about HP’s latest technologies and environment friendly products and how these will increase productivity and highest level of output quality.”
“The demand for modern digital printing solutions across Bangladesh is on the rise and to cater the increasing demand, Jacky’s Gulf is demonstrating HP’s state-of-the-art and wide range of product portfolio to help them in expanding their businesses,” he added.
At the open house event, visitors will learn first-hand the features and business benefits of latex and flatbed applications. Product presentations and benefits of colour management to print service provider will also be explained at the event by Jacky’s Gulf.
Additionally, Jacky’s will also talk about water-based latex inks such as the HP Scitex LX600 and HP Scitex LX800 printers, which can print up to 1200 x 1200 dpi and are perfect for printing point of purchase, soft signage, wall coverings and vehicle graphics among others, a statement said.
Another featured printer is the HP Scitex FB950 and HP Scitex FB700 UV flatbed printers, designed for the interior decoration or glass manufacturing segments, which prints on rigid substrates, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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