According to Smarth Bansal, brand manager, Colorjet Group, the highest selling machines were Neptune and Irisjet Pro. “The customers picked up the Neptune because it is an entry level product. It was reasonably priced and customers get the right value. Irisjet Pro too is an entry level high-speed solvent printer, giving customers the right value,” Bansal said.
Until date, Colorjet has more than 3,000 machine installations.
Colorjet arrived at the right time with right solutions, offering UV, eco-solvent, and soft signage capabilities. Today, Colorjet is one of the largest manufacturing units of digital inkjet printers in India and has a production capacity of 100 machines per month, so, Bansal said it would be easy for the company to deliver all the machines in just one month’s time.
Bansal said people are choosing Colorjet machines because of the company’s industry knowledge. “We are a global player. We know what type of machine will work across the world. Our machines are cost effective which has been apt and developed with a right industry experience and expertise,” he said.
The company displayed seven machines — Vulcan, Verve UV, VerveMini, SoftJet F1800, Polo Turbo, Irisjet Pro, and Neptune HQ — at the show.