GSP, a leading developer of high-impact visual solutions for the retail industry, is increasing its manufacturing capabilities by introducing the first Jeti Tauro H3300 UHS LED system in the United States. From its four G7-certified sites, the firm provides in-store marketing programmes to over 70,000 countrywide retail locations.
The Jeti Tauro H3300 UHS (ultra-high-speed) UV LED system is 30% quicker than its predecessors and offers industry-leading print quality as well as adaptability and productivity. The semi-automated unloader on the Jeti has an automated unloader for semi-automatic loading. The jeti’s cutting-edge technology will benefit GSP’s customers. This is the 12th Agfa press installed at GSP sites, culminating in the first Jeti Juri Tauro H3300 UHS with automation. Deborah Hutcheson, director of strategic business development and distribution at Agfa Corporation North America, adds, “This historic milestone symbolises the historic milestone.”
GSP is the first Agfa partner in the United States to use the Agfa Jeti Tauro H3300 UHS UV LED inkjet engine. The award-winning firm offers retail solutions that increase traffic, save expenses, and improve the consumer experience. GSP’s retail environments team can provide unique retail solutions like fixturing, shop re-imaging, branding, displays, and food photography.
The Jeti Tauro H3300 UHS, the world’s first inkless printing press, has been bought by GSP. The Jeti is powered by GREENGUARD Gold certified Anuvia UV LED inks from Agfa, which include proprietary ‘Thin Ink Layer’ technology for the lowest ink usage on the market. The Asanti workflow software manages and automates the whole printing process, as well as the complete production process. GSP will utilise the ink to expand the colour spectrum, improve dependability, and increase redundancy between presses and facilities.
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