Xeikon appoints Smart LFP as a new agent

The new agent will handle sales of all dry toner and inkjet printing presses

Xeikon appoints Smart LFP as a new agent
(L–R) Michał Kuczkowski (Sales Manager Poland, Labels & Packaging, Xeikon) Adam Ambrozkiewicz (Business Development Manager, Smart LFP), and Remigiusz Pokuciński (Business Development Manager, Smart LFP)

Xeikon has announced a new cooperation agreement with Smart LFP for Poland. The new agent will be handling sales of all dry toner and inkjet printing presses for labels, flexible packaging, and folding carton, in a move that sees Xeikon expand its established presence in this key market.  

Established in 2019, Smart LFP was set up to offer professional integration of the production environment based on deep knowledge and long experience in the Polish printing market. It is based in Katowice, in southern Poland, where the well-equipped Smart LFP Experience Center offers on-site demos of solutions for large format printing, wall decoration, multifunctional digital cutting and ERP software. With the new appointment, the company is now adding to these core competencies with the extensive application-focused Xeikon portfolio of technology. 

The partnership will help Xeikon to extend their market share

“Xeikon is a pioneer of digital color printing technology with many years of experience in the global market, and this is a great fit with our own business model,” said Adam Ambrozkiewicz, business development manager of Smart LFP. “As a distributor of Xeikon, we can now offer our clients comprehensive solutions for the fast-growing labels and packaging segments. We have only just taken on this fantastic new opportunity, but it has been greeted with great enthusiasm, and we already have several projects underway. This is a very exciting development for us.”

“Although Smart LFP has only been in operation for a few years, this is a team of highly experienced print experts with many contacts in the industry. Their fast-growing operation and rapidly expanding product portfolio are perfectly in line with our own strategy for growth,” said Michał Kuczkowski, sales manager Poland, Labels & Packaging, Xeikon. “This mutually beneficial partnership will increase our activity in the large Polish market even further, reaching new companies and introducing them to many opportunities that Xeikon solutions bring to the labels and packaging space.

“We see a lot of potential to extend our market share by bringing local onboard experts, and we believe that Smart LFP will create additional sales opportunities, which will turn into more installations of Xeikon machines in Poland for various applications”, concluded Kuczkowski.

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