Ambica Print Shop opens business; installs Canon's C10000VP

Chennai witnessed the opening of a new digital shop in Ambica Print Shop in the prime Ashok Nagar locality. The company has begun operations with the installation of Canon imagePress C10000VP.

06 Jun 2019 | By Sriraam Selvam

R Ranjith Kumar (r): The Canon imagePress C10000VP installation is in line with our vision to expand our services and cater to a larger client base

With their roots in the imaging industry for 25 years in the name of Foto Flash, the company hopes to not only use their expertise to bring in photo album printing but also capitalise their brand value for all types of other commercial jobs such as texture cards, business cards, brochures, leaflets, etc.

“As we complete 25 years in the imaging industry, we are proud to foray into digital printing by adding imagePress C10000 VP to our portfolio, marking a new milestone to our professional services. The machine is equipped to meet the evolving requirements of customers, enabling higher production volumes without compromising on quality. The installation is in line with our vision to expand our services and cater to a larger client base, strengthening our foothold in the region,” said R Ranjith Kumar, proprietor, Ambica Print Shop.

The press comes with 2400 x 2440 dpi resolution, a choice of new front-end controllers based on EFI Fiery FS200 Pro Platform which enables the product to streamline the workflow and media handling capabilities from 60 gsm to 350 gsm.

“Chennai is one of the emerging hubs for small businesses, it becomes a prominent market for the digital print industry. Today, we are proud to fortify our reach in Chennai through Ambica Prints, a name well known in the region for its exceptional services. Through our product, we look forward to contributing to their business growth and further strengthen our deep-rooted relationship,” said Puneet Datta, senior director of Professional Printing Products (PPP), Canon India.

This is the third installation of the C10000VP in Chennai and the eighth one in Tamil Nadu.