AFRICA PRINT EXPO STOPS OFF IN CAPE TOWN THIS WEEK

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The Africa Print Regional Expo will stop off in Cape Town from 29-30 May at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The Expo aims to evolve your business by showcasing the latest equipment and consumables related to the printing industry to help you grow your customer base, offer your clients a wider range of products and solutions and remain at the forefront of technology.

Visitors will be able to see the following brands on the day: Xerox, Roland, Konica Minolta SA, HP, Ricoh, Antalis South Africa and Nashua, to name but a few. 

Highlights include: 

Africa Print Regional Expo sponsor, Xerox, will showcase the new C75 digital colour press, Xerox Colour 1000 press, XC550 digital colour press and D125 Copier Printer Pro. 

Konica Minolta South Africa will exhibit its digital production press award winners as well as its comprehensive photo book solution. 

Antalis South Africa will showcase digital printers from its new partner, Intec Printing Solutions.

Ricoh will demonstrate its top devices, including the Pro C901 Graphic Arts +, Pro 1357 high volume black-and-white press, the colour wide format MP CW2200, the T2N series of thermal printers, and the Printronix P8000 series of line matrix printers.

The Expo is not only targeted at digital and commercial printers, but also at entrepreneurs interested in exploring new business opportunities, right in their own city. Youll see products and services for digital printing, photo books, inks, paper, laminating and finishing, routers and engraving and more.

The Expo is also an opportunity for exhibitors to communicate business solutions directly to customers in their own region.  

Entrance to the Expo is FREE, pre-register online to speed up the process and you could win R1000 in cash. You can pre-register at http://www.practicalregistrations.co.za/index.php. Expo times are from 9am-6pm (29 May) and 9am-5pm (30 May).

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