KGN gets five Konica Minolta presses boost

By 01 Sep 2016

Hyderabad-based digital and wide-format print firm KGN Xerox has invested in four Konica Minolta Pro 1100s and a C1070 adding to a battery of more than 18 digital printing kits.

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The brother duo of Wasif (l) and Asif are at the helm of the business at KGN

Of the four Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro 1100s, two are set up at KGN's headquarters in Khairatabad and one each at its branches in Gachibowli and Manikonda.

KGN Xerox managing director Asif Akther said, “There are many digital printers in Hyderabad who do only digital jobs or only wide-format. However, we print everything from single one-rupee photocopy to digital printing of brochures, menu cards, business cards and also flex printing and banners. We even have machines with us which can print on non-tearable media.”

KGN's numbers are staggering. According to Akther, KGN produces over two lakh impressions of A3 colour prints a month and over eight lakh impressions of A4 black and white copies, plus over 8,000 metres of colour wide-format and 10,000 metres of B&W wide-format prints.

Akther added, “The KM 1070 has replaced Xerox 550. The machine will be dedicated to banner printing and 300gsm auto-duplex jobs.”

Besides this, in the last one year, the company has added Xerox Versant 80, plus a Duplo 616 for finishing.

“Many corporate houses in Hyderabad are our clients. Our few Clients GMR, NCR, Facebook, Google and we do confidential jobs for governments and educational institutes, among others,” added Akther.

Across the seven strategically located retail print shops in Hyderabad, KGN employs 100 skilled and trained staff, offering any size: digital printing, photocopying, scanning, designing and finishing services.


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