Mark Andy renews partnership with Konica Minolta

Paving a way to mutual success

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Mark Andy announced the renewal of its joint agreement with strategic partner Konica Minolta Business Solutions on 18 June 2019. Partners since 2016, Mark Andy and Konica Minolta have delivered a new family of digital label presses that enable customers to produce high quality, cost-effective digital solutions to the market. The OEMs’ partnership began with the Digital One hybrid press, which now has 100 installed units in production.

Konica Minolta is honored to partner with Mark Andy, the global leader of label printing technology. We look forward to expanding our relationship to equip Mark Andy with the technology to remain and grow as the industry leader in the flexographic and digital label market space ,” said Bill Troxil, senior vice president – Strategic Business Development, Konica Minolta.

Together with Konica Minolta, Mark Andy is proud to provide the world’s number one placed digital press in this fast-growing segment of the market. Mark Andy is excited to continue our partnership and develop new solutions that enable converter success and make digital technologies more accessible,” said PJ Desai, chairman and chief executive officer, Mark Andy.

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