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Agfa hybrid printer finds Kenyan investor

Agfa sold yet another Anapurna H3200i LED in Africa. The printer was sold to KKraft Brand Design Limited based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Launched in 2016, Anapurna H3200i LED is a hybrid that combines board and roll-to-roll print jobs. Its features include: reinforced beam that ensures shuttle movement for accurate dot placement; shuttle safety sensors that prevent print heads from touching the substrate and getting damaged; air-cooled, energy-saving LED lamps ideal for thermally sensitive materials; convenient operator interface; ink monitoring systems; and, multiple board and borderless printing.

Commenting on his first purchase from Agfa, KKraft CEO Kituku Kinyae said: “We had been looking for a reliable printer for our high production

Chinese printer opens Ghana office

Shanghai KS Printing, China opened the Ghana office of the Group in Accra hoping to become a market leader in Ghana’s printing industry.

It has also set an ambitious target of expanding its services to the West African sub-region.

Speaking at the opening the chief executive officer of E-Tang Ghana, representatives of Shanghai KS Printing in West Africa Eric Worchie said his company’s aim “is to run a customer-focused business and also remain a market leader within a short time”.

“We are not

Tanzanian printer invests in Agfa’s Anapurna H3200i LED

Agfa recently installed Anapurna H3200i LED at Delfina Promotions Ltd in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Launched in 2016, Anapurna H3200i LED is a hybrid that combines board and roll-to-roll print jobs. Its features include: reinforced beam that ensures shuttle movement for accurate dot placement; shuttle safety sensors that prevent print heads from touching the substrate and getting damaged; air-cooled, energy-saving LED lamps ideal for thermally sensitive materials; convenient operator interface

Canon focuses on education at Innovation Summit, Africa

Canon Central and North Africa, a division of Canon Middle East (founded in 2015) and a subsidiary of Canon Europe, participated in Innovation Summit for the first time as a partner.
The Summit – that took place between 3-5 December in Accra, Ghana  – brought together African policy-makers and senior officials from more than 40 countries to discuss the subject of education, innovation and information technology.

According to Canon’s press statement, “Education is one of the key areas of