Loffler Companies, the leading business technology and services provider in the upper Midwest, is extremely happy to announce a key strategic partnership to offer the full line of KIP wide format printing and scanning products.
KIP printers and scanners are the solution that architecture, engineering and construction businesses have been waiting for to print plans, maps, posters and signs. The speed, accuracy, scan, copy and fully integrated stacking and folding functions make KIP large format printers the perfect solution for saving money and production time in the fast-paced environment of today’s business world.
"I'm excited to be able to offer our clients the award winning KIP wide format product line” said
Among the many features making KIP ideal for many industries, including manufacturing, utilities, transportation and federal and state government, is fast output from 3-22 “D” size prints per minute, 600x2400 dpi print resolution, full scanning up to 36”, large touch screens with access to all functions, Integrated USB port and mobile integration with any phone, tablet, laptop or PC.
“We couldn’t be happier to offer another excellent option to our clients for wide format printing,” said
Supporting clients in the effective implementation of business solutions with its knowledgeable and dedicated team of IT and consulting and workflow specialists, Loffler Companies provides integrated office technology and services partnered with leading brands such as Canon,
A family-owned and nationally recognized leader in business technology and service, Loffler Companies has a 28-year history of giving back to the community, recently winning a prestigious Jefferson Award for Public Service. Loffler supports many great causes including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure (Gold Sponsor),
About Loffler Companies:
Loffler’s 360 employees support clients in
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