Confirming the sale of more than 500 units of the flagship imagePress C10000VP Series in EMEA since its official launch in September 2015, Canon Europe reports that customer feedback to date has shown satisfaction in both the product and the consequent business impact.
Aimed at both commercial and in-house print service providers (PSPs) seeking high quality performance despite ever-increasing production volumes, the imagePress C10000VP Series – comprising the 100 page-per-minute C10000VP and the 80 page-per-minute C8000VP – has helped to grow confidence in the high-end cut-sheet market by enabling PSPs to increase their output and even enable diversification into new application areas.
The imagePress C10000VP Series offers customers speeds of up to 100 impressions per minute irrespective of media weight up to 350gsm.
Peter Wolff, senior director: customer group commercial printer and production CRD at Canon Europe comments: “With the launch of the imagePress C10000VP Series, we responded to a call for outstanding image quality, predictable colour consistency and accurate registration on whatever media our customers choose, without compromising on speed.
“It’s immensely encouraging to hear feedback that hails this technology such a resounding success and to see customers reaping the benefits. This is testament to the success of how, as a business, we innovate through understanding and responding to what our customers tell us they need to advance their business.
“Interestingly, we are also seeing many customers installing the C10000VP alongside both cut-sheet and continuous feed inkjet engines from Canon, forming blended production environments and making the notion of ‘toner versus inkjet’ a thing of the past.
“SPs are clearly seeing how complementary technologies, and indeed diverse methods of digital production, can offer business-changing results. We are proud to be at the forefront of this evolution with an extensive product, service and support portfolio that makes this possible from a single source,” concluded Wolff.