Antalis kicked off their Intec roadshow to valued customers in Johannesburg at the end of January 2013. The presentations will also take place in Port Elizabeth, Durban, Bloemfontein and Cape Town to ensure that no stone is left unturned in sharing the opportunities that the partnership with Intec opens up.
In December 2012 Antalis South Africa (Pty) Ltd formalised their relationship with Intec when they signed their distributorship agreement with the innovative organisation. Speaking at the beginning of one of the Johannesburg sessions Keith Solomon, Director of Antalis, said “Just less than a year ago we were chosen by Intec as an ideal candidate to represent their products in Southern Africa. Almost immediately I identified the synergies both teams enjoy and actively pursued this opportunity for Antalis. I am thrilled to be standing here today to not only welcome you but to share this phenomenal opportunity to expand your business avenues.”
Anthony Jones, National Sales Manager Digital for Antalis, spent some time extolling the virtues of the opportunities that the Intec / Antalis partnership now offers. The Intec range of printers offers printers a low risk avenue to affordably tackle the highly competitive digital printing arena. Jones identified a number of opportunities including:
Rapid growth for super short-run printing
Meeting the growing demand for heavy stock applications
Low cost, low risk and high returns for commercial printers
Working harmoniously with existing product portfolio
Running media that is prohibitive in most other digital printers
The ability to print on a wider range of substrates that the competition
Proprietary accessories that increase productivity and efficiency
The ability to print on stock up to 600 gsm and 1.2 metres in length
After the formal presentation Jones extensively showcased the equipment as well as the ease of which they integrate with each other. Being modular based means that customers can introduce the elements over time to suit both expanding demand and their budgets.
Intec, a privately owned company based in the United Kingdom, boasts a network of business partners and distributors in more than 70 countries.
We are buoyed by the opportunity offered to us by Intec and, collectively, we’ve got our sites set on some hefty but achievable targets.” concluded Solomon.
For information about the Intec roadshow taking place countrywide over the next few months please contact Roshicka Govender on 011 688 6023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.