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Canon Emirates Empowers Eco Green to Offer Online Print Solutions

Canon Emirates, a subsidiary of Canon Middle East, has signed a deal with Eco Green, a leading print service provider enabling them to integrate their online services with Canon’s latest printing technology.

Eco Green, located at the Dubai Investment Park (DIP), has invested in an imagePRESS C6011 and imageRUNNER 8205 that are fully integrated with its online ordering system, for its various book binding UV coating, die cutting large format printing and other services. Following the deal customers will be empowered to place their orders online and print remotely, at their convenience using the EFI Digital StoreFront that will integrate the orders with the machines.

“Canon’s successful legacy of delivering excellent printing solutions and its expertise in implementing a full-proof technology in a company with no hassles, made us opt for their solutions. Utilising Canon has enabled Eco Green to be a leading copy center in the UAE to integrate a service where customers can visit its website and give print orders seamlessly,” said Tarek Sobhy, CEO, Eco Green. He also added that with Canon technology, Eco Green is now also considering to extend their services to Middle East and Africa.

“Canon is committed to developing and offering highly functional products that have a reduced environmental impact at every stage of the product lifecycle. The imagePRESS and imageRUNNER technology, employed by Eco Green is perfectly suited to meet its green initiatives as well as steer its business growth,” said Shadi Bakhour, General Manager, Canon Emirates.

Apart from advanced calibration, gloss optimization and multi feed detection technology, the Canon imagePRESS print solution also features more durable parts. It also features an energy-saving mode that allows users to print sustainably and produce output that can be easily de-inked and recycled.

Canon printers, particularly printers from the imageRUNNER ADVANCE series employ a unique on-demand fixing technology, which heats the fixing element only during printing, and reduces power consumption. In addition, a plant-derived bio-based plastic is used during manufacturing, for exterior parts.

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