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Xerox Obtains Aqueous Inkjet Press Specialist Impika

March 1, 2013
NORWALK, CT—Xerox has acquired Impika, which specializes in the design, production and sale of production inkjet printing solutions used for industrial, commercial, security, label and package printing. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
 
Impika offers a portfolio of aqueous (water-based) inkjet presses based on proprietary technology. Impika product lines include iPrint, a range of continuous feed production printers that print at speeds as fast as 375 meters per minute, and iPress, a range of graphic communications digital presses with resolutions of up to 2,400x1,200 dpi.

Impika, based in Aubagne, France, sells its products to print providers through its direct sales force and through a global network of channel partners, including Xerox, which has been reselling the Impika brand in Europe since 2011, and recently expanded to several developing markets.
 
In addition to Xerox’s existing xerographic production presses, Xerox developed and markets high-speed waterless inkjet presses, the Xerox CiPress Production Inkjet Systems. The production inkjet market is projected to grow 21 percent annually through 2015, according to market research firm I.T. Strategies. By adding Impika technology to its offerings, Xerox believes it will now go to market with the industry’s broadest range of digital presses, strengthening its leadership in digital color production printing.
 

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