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Bordeaux Digital PrintInk Success at Fespa Digital 2011


High interest was seen across all of Bordeaux's featured solutions at the Hamburg event

Bordeaux Digital PrintInk announced one of its busiest Fespa Digital exhibitions to date, reflecting its continued strong momentum in the market and industry recognition. High interest was seen across all of Bordeaux's featured solutions at the Hamburg event, which included a complete line of Mild and Low solvent inks, an expanded line of UV and UV LED inks and also clear coating solutions for virtually all wide and super wide format printer models and printhead technologies.

Other highlights included Bordeaux's new generation PRMS, Mix & Match inks allowing easy ink changeover and Bordeaux's expanded delivery system including the Bordeaux Bulk Ink Delivery System, supplied with appropriate chips and chip resetter and Bordeaux's Bulk Ink Delivery System designated for Mimaki using 2L ink bags.

"Bordeaux is continuing to attract the industry's attention and gaining significant market share amongst printers and print shops. We received hundreds of leads to keep our sales teams busy. Our customers' adaptation and distributors success, validate our heavy investment in the company to drive further growth, stay at the forefront of innovative ink development and guarantee our customers receive excellent products and service," said Moshe Zach, Bordeaux founder and CEO. "We wish to thank all the visitors, partners, dealers and fellow employees worldwide who contributed to the success of this event and look forward, to returning to Fespa next year.”

"This was an extremely successful show for us. Most of the dealers and business development partners we met were very enthusiastic about our expanded range of high quality solutions, fully compatible with original products yet economical and environmentally friendly," said Dror Mualem, Bordeaux vice president sales and marketing. “During the last few years, many companies worldwide, ranging from small printing houses to large companies have moved to Bordeaux inks and are enjoying significant savings."