Konica Minolta South Africa is pleased to announce it has received two Keypoint Intelligence’s Buyers Lab (BLI) 2019 PRO awards for the company’s AccurioPress 6136 and AccurioPress C3080 digital presses.
“Buyers Lab’s PRO awards celebrate the ‘best of the best’ of what we test over the course of a given year in the production segment,” said David Sweetnam, Keypoint Intelligence’s Director of EMEA/Asia Research & Lab Services. “Based on the high marks that the AccurioPress 6136 and the AccurioPress C3080 delivered in critical areas such as job management and media handling, along with other strong results, it’s clear that both models are two of the best production devices we tested in the last year.”
Konica Minolta has been recognised as a leader in the production and industrial printing industry for many years. The company continually strives to deliver solutions that increase productivity and generate additional revenues for commercial printers, from small-to-mid-sized businesses to global enterprises. The digital presses recognised by Buyers Lab for a 2019 PRO award is further evidence of these achievements, and reinforces the value proposition the company brings to the printing community. Each press chosen for this award brings a wide range of capabilities, but some topline facts and figures include:
“We are once again honored to be recognised by Keypoint Intelligence Buyers Lab (BLI) 2019 PRO awards for our digital presses, this is truly an invaluable achievement,” said Leon Minnie, manager of production print for Konica Minolta South Africa. “Our technology and innovations in the digital print space has grown exponentially over recent years. This recognition is testament to our commitment to enhance our customers’ experience by delivering excellence in the quality of our digital presses and the end products they produce,” concludes Minnie.
About Buyers Lab PRO Awards
PRO awards go to the best performers in Buyers Lab’s production field tests, during which tens of thousands of pages are printed. Productivity is tested with both coated and uncoated media in a wide range of weights and sizes, using various finishing options to simulate a mix of job scenarios. Buyers Lab technicians also evaluate paper-handling capabilities, many facets of ease of use, and image quality.