Spanish market opens up with Sinergia Visual SRL

Sinergia Visual is one of the most important distributors of products and technologies for the Spanish digital printing market. This partnership therefore offers a significant addition to InkTec’s expanding European network.

This marks a considerable development for InkTec as they are focused on rapidly broadening their distribution network across Europe. This builds on previous news of the expansion into the Italian market and efforts are continuing to establish similar relationships in regions where they have previously had limited exposure.

The association with Sinergia Visual will principally focus on them being the exclusive distributor of JETRIX printers across Spain.  It will also involve them providing extensive service and support of all new JETRIX installations in the country.

The relationship is kicking off with Sinergia Visual exhibiting at CiPrint Madrid Exhibition from the 25th September where they will be showcasing the very latest addition to the JETRIX portfolio – the LXiR320. This 3.2m roll to roll digital LED-UV printer offers production printing of 90sqm/hr which shifts to 60sqm/hr when in quality mode, plus the ability to print up to three rolls of media at a time. It is perfect for large scale production on both coated and uncoated media, such as PVC, flex, fabric banner, backlit banner for indoor and outdoor signage it can easily print on thicknesses up to 5mm (compared to the majority out there which are generally limited to 1mm media thickness). Post this there will be opportunity to have demonstrations of the JETRIX LXi8 in Sinergia Visual’s showroom in Madrid.

As Joey Kim, Managing Director of InkTec Europe Ltd highlights, “The synergy between the businesses was apparent from our very first meeting. The similarities in our views in terms of where the wide format printing market is going, combined with the need for constant research, development and product innovation, means that we are looking to develop a very long-term and sustainable relationship with Sinergia Visual.”