“At GMS, our focus is to redefine how print is bought. We bring to the table a solutions-oriented process that starts each conversation with strategy and return on investment. We wanted to invest in technology that would offer a full complement of printing capabilities to support this philosophy and fulfill our clients’ critical color needs and timeline requirements,” company President and CEO Kurt Gonyea said.
Why select an inkjet press, specifically?
“We have the traditional liquid ink toner devices and it just seemed like the right time to jump in [with inkjet.] After monitoring inkjet technology for years, we decided the best fit for our company was the AccurioJet KM-1,” said Troy Mone, manufacturing manager at GMS. “Not only were we impressed with the features of this press, but also with Konica Minolta.”
The inkjet press’s 23x29” sheet size and many other capabilities have allowed GMS to print large quantities with more productive uptime. The AccurioJet KM-1 automatically detects and corrects image flaws with internal inline Konica Minolta sensing technology, improving the stability and overall quality of print jobs.
“The AccurioJet KM-1 UV Inkjet Press provides GMS the widest flexibility of substrates in the marketplace, giving GMS, and its clients, a competitive advantage,” said Bill Troxil, SVP, Strategic Business Development for Konica Minolta.