OKI MEITA announces strategic plans to grow the industrial and office printing solutions in the South African market, through valuable partnerships with some of the industry’s experts and establishments.
“We are not only here to stay – we are here to grow…and we don’t walk; we run! Along with our industry-leading partners, we believe in the ongoing commitment to enhance our market coverage and share in South Africa”, said Mathias Militzer, Vice President MEITA.
“There are amazing and solid opportunities for OKI in South Africa. Offering industrial and office printing solutions in different verticals within this country has been vital for our global brand and leadership. To work in one of the world’s most dynamic markets can only push us to deliver more efficiently and grow in a faster, yet stable pace”.
With a product portfolio of A4 and A3 digital LED printers & MFPs for business applications, and a unique range of industrial printing products including sheet-fed and roll-to-roll label production & packaging printers, transfer media printing with White Toner, HD medical imaging with DICOM embedded printers, OKI can offer unrivalled printing solutions to its esteemed customers within their numerous verticals.
OKI Europe’s MEITA branch operates from Dubai, UAE, and is responsible for the Middle East, India, Turkey, and Africa regions.
OKI Europe is an OKI group company that has been leading the world in customer-led innovation for over 130 years. Employing more than 18,000 individuals in 120 countries worldwide, we bring together the support of a global organisation with the approach of a local business.
The OKI Group is founded upon the principal of delivering products and solutions that are dedicated to business customers through a consultative and innovative approach to service, design, manufacture, and implementation.
“Through our strategic partnerships we can ensure to deliver solutions that break down our customer specific barriers to greater success and help them achieve their current and future business goals”, said Militzer.