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Xanté secures its UK presence

Xanté secures business in the UK with the selection of CyanX as its UK dealer.

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Richard Mawson, managing director of CyanX

The Leeds-based supplier provides speciality production printing equipment including LED UV products, cold foiling equipment, humidification systems, and paper handling equipment across the UK and Europe.

The supplier will use its knowledge, client base, and existing presence in the UK to strengthen Xanté’s worldwide services, including customer support.

As a result of the partnership, CyanX will represent the Xanté En/Press Multimedia Digital Press, Excelagraphix 4800 digital package printer, and the X-32 Industrial Production UV printer. All Xanté’s print systems are powered by iQueue workflow software.

They will bring a wealth of knowledge and support to their customer base in the digital print production and wide-format marketplace

In addition to acting as the UK dealer for Xanté, CyanX will also be certified to provide parts and service machines, enhancing Xanté’s level of continued customer support.

Commenting, Mark Priede, vice-president of worldwide sales and marketing at Xanté says: “I am extremely excited to have CyanX as part of the Xanté team.

“They will bring a wealth of knowledge and support to their customer base in the digital print production and wide-format marketplace. They are well respected in the UK and we are thrilled to have them as the face of Xanté.”

“This is a very exciting opportunity for CyanX to enter the growing digital market in the UK,” adds Richard Mawson, managing director of CyanX. “All of the CyanX team is looking forward to working closely with the Xanté team in the US and Holland.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter.


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