Counting 20 years experience in the Mexican market, Segra is a leader in supplying the Wide Format Digital Printing industry.
As one of France’s most prolific suppliers to creative and advertising agencies, AT C needed a dependable solution to power its fleet of printers and cutters.
Sachsen Fahnen has been supplying clients ranging from outdoor advertising to architecture for more than two decades, but in 2010 it made the decision to change its production engine to Caldera – and hasn’t looked back.
Italian print provider Imaging Pro has had a relationship with Caldera since it was established in 1995.
Caldera’s first Peruvian customer, Meta Colour, started using Caldera five years ago when the company purchased a new printer.
A visionary team, cutting-edge technology, quality resources and Caldera’s scalability: Barcelona-based wide-format house Graphic Factory calls this its recipe for success.
Gigantografica is used to betting on the best technology, using an armada of top-end print production machinery to turn around top-quality graphics in a flash.
Coloredge New York – Los Angeles, the main brand of the Merisel Companies, is an industry leader in visual communications and brand imaging.
Belgian high-performance sportswear specialist Bioracer meets the demanding needs of elite athletes every day – so the company needed a RIP solution that could handle the pace.
Double P has been supplying wide-format print to clients in Slovakia for nearly two decades. With eight printers and cutters in its production facility, the company realized that running several RIPs was no longer an option.
Having acquired Hong Kong’s first HP Scitex XLJet in 2003, Art King has a history of leading the market.