Océ Extends Ink-jet and Toner Printer Portfolios at Customer Event
VENLO, THE NETHERLANDS—18 March 2009—Océ, an international leader in digital document management, today announced the introduction of a series of new digital color printers demonstrating the company’s commitment to achieving leadership in the color market. The announcements include additions to the Océ JetStream family of very high speed ink-jet printers and the introduction of the Océ ColorStream 9000 series. Océ previously announced a fifth color station option for the ColorStream family at the Hunkeler Innovation Days last month in Luzern, Switzerland.
Océ Home of Color in Germany
The new color innovations were introduced at the Océ Home of Color Event near Munich, Germany, being held throughout the week and attended by hundreds of customers, industry analysts and journalists from Europe, Asia and the United States.
“Océ is committed to continuously offer new business advantages to our worldwide markets based upon advanced technologies,’ said Anton Schaaf, Chief Technology and Operations Officer (CTOO) and Member of the Board of Executive Directors of Océ. ‘With the new members of the Océ color product line, our company offers the widest digital color portfolio in the market place. Our ongoing investments in innovation – on average 7% of annual revenue – generate leading color systems and supporting software for offices, architects and engineers, newspaper and book publishers, advertising and signage companies.”
Océ JetStream and Océ ColorStream
With ink-jet printing on a 30? wide web at a speed of 130 meters per minute, the new Océ JetStream2800 system will support the accelerating market transition from offset to digital. The Océ JetStream 2800 system expands the family’s range of applications to newspaper and book printing.
The 29.5″ actual print width of the Océ JetStream 2800 system is the widest in its productivity class. The new system delivers the highest productivity in its class with 2,632 A4 size or 2,792 letter size images per minute at 600×600 dpi. It incorporates a growth path from monochrome up to full color enabling cost efficient print production of newspapers, books, direct mail and other jobs.