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Brother Int’l unveils new biz machines, scanners

By Gabriel Olawale

LAGOS—Brother International, makers of office automation and document management solutions provider have refreshed its products range from business machines to document scanners as part of the brand’s regional growth strategy.

WORKSHOP: From left; Planning Division Manager, Brother International (Gulf) FZE, Mohammad Saed; Managing Director, Skysat Technologies; Mr Izzat Debs; Chairman of Computer and Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria, Mr Ojikutu; Sales Division Manager of Brother International (Gulf) FZE, Mr. Mohammed Noor; Managing Director, WARP Nigeria Ltd, Alhaji Umaru Bagudu and Manager Planning Division of Brother International (Gulf) FZE, Virginia Jonathan at the Brothers Dealers conference held in Lagos recently.

Speaking in Lagos during Dealers Conference Workshop organised in partnership with Skysat Technologies, Sales Division Manager of Brother International (Gulf) FZE, Mr. Mohammed Noor said that Brother’s latest Ink refill Tank System series delivers enhanced print quality, paper handling capabilities and page yields for SMBs and SOHOs.

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He explained that the products are designed specifically for high print volume home offices and small workgroups, “the new products have been designed to cater to the ever-changing needs of the consumer who is always looking for quality and cost-effective document management solutions.

“Brother International with Skysat Technologies as a preferred partner and authorized representative in Nigeria, are continuously working to address the demand in Nigeria market by delivering and offering high quality products from Laser & Inkjet printers/MFP, High Speed Document Scanners to Innovative Labeling printers.”

 

“From the innovative labelling printers, the latest Brother’s industrial Label printers are manufactured to deliver quality, reliability and convenience. They can be transported to where electrical work is in progress and controlled with a laptop or through mobile apps, enabling customers to print labels on the spot, as needed.

Corroborating his view, Managing Director, Skysat Technologies, Mr. Izzat Debs said that the new printers are compatible with TZe tapes, the toughest auto-laminated labels in the market. “Labels printed on TZe tapes work well in industrial environments as they are resistant to water, grease and harsh weather conditions. Labels of up to 24mm in width are accepted, supporting a wider range of applications.

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