Sharp Middle East has launched two models of digital full colour multifunction printers (MFP) – the MX-7040N and MX-6240N, which it says are “well positioned for the high volume office colour and light production environment”.
The launch of the MFPs marks the first time that Sharp has entered the production arena
Tomoo Shimizu, Director, Business Solutions, Sharp Middle East said “With its high levels of productivity, increased user-friendliness and unparalleled reliability, we’re proud to launch our first entry into the competitive, but lucrative production arena.”
Both MFP models are available in South Africa now.
In launching the MFPs the company explained that they are “highly automated light production machines designed primarily for corporate reprographic departments and are also likely to find favour with pay-for-print firms that need the agility to react quickly to urgent, unscheduled jobs”.
Ravinder Kumar, Deputy General Manager, Sales at Sharp Middle East, said: “Sharp prides itself on developing the latest printing solutions to ensure businesses – both Print and Copy Bureaus and in Corporate Reprographic Departments (CRD) of larger-scale corporations – can enhance their productivity through smarter, more efficient and more reliable devices.
“The launch of the new line-up is part of Sharp’s overall business strategy to increase penetration in the colour printing segment and grow market share into the lucrative production arena. The MX7040N/MX-6240N are great additions to our solid MFP line-up.”