Agfa Graphics hosted an Open House Discussion Forum for top inkjet players in Nigeria aimed at listening to attendees' challenges and assuring them of its commitment to the sector.
Agfa General Manager, Middle East, Africa and SAARC, Graphics/ Inkjet, Som John said, ‘The organisation was ready to offer solutions to the challenges being faced by Agfa inkjet customers. We want to bring back profitable inkjet business in Nigeria. We are committed to the sector and we have the confidence that the sector is bouncing back. Our partner, Technology Global Services LTD, is ready to provide the needed after sales support. Players in the sector should embrace UV because it is environmentally friendly and it is good for operators as well as the country.’
Regional Sales Manager, Agfa Middle East Inkjet, Rajesh Patki stated, ‘One of the areas in which Agfa will be reactivating the Nigerian inkjet market is through total support, particularly on the pricing structure on consumables and spares that will make inkjet players' businesses grow profitably.’
In a presentation, the Managing Director of Technology Global Services LTD, Akin Oduwole gave assurance that inkjet business in Nigeria can be profitable again. He advised inkjet players to purchase durable machines, like those from Agfa Graphics, that would give users premium quality and also last longer.
Oduwole, who was the initiator of the face-to-face Discussion Forum between Agfa Graphics' top management representatives and top players in the inkjet sector in Nigeria, expressed optimism that his organisation, together with Agfa, would revive the inkjet sector by giving all the necessary support to businesses.
This article was sourced from: http://wheretoprintmagazine.com/