In a move to strengthen its position as a leading provider of coding and marking systems, Sheffield-based Needham Coding has introduced leasing plan options for its successful N-SERIES range of CIJ printers.
The firm said the despite the critical role that continuous inkjet (CIJ) technology plays in the production line process, many businesses in the food manufacturing industry still struggle to find the funds to purchase a printer. To aggravate the problem, too often businesses also find it difficult to budget for maintenance and emergency breakdowns.
Often food manufacturers need a CIJ printer immediately to begin or resume the production process. Instead, businesses must frequently rely on a lengthy capital financing approval process before anything can happen.
With the introduction of the leasing plans for its ‘N-SERIES’ printers, the firm hopes that businesses would be able to act faster and budget easily with predictable monthly payments. The plan offers a simple and hassle-free agreement that covers everything a manufacturer needs to get started – including a brand-new printer, training, servicing, maintenance, full technical support and emergency breakdown call outs.
The ‘N-SERIES’ high-speed application printers can apply one, two, three, four or five lines of text, barcodes or graphics, with an adjustable print height of 1.5mm to 19mm, and printing speeds of up to 1500 feet per minute. Additionally, printers for specialist applications are also available as part of the range, including food grade, ultraviolet, heavy pigment, high-speed and small character marking.
It also boasts a selection of exciting features, such as the CleanStart™ functionality for automatic printhead cleaning; Ecotec™ fluid management system for reduced solvent consumption; and CodeConnect™ for network connectivity.
Needham Coding concludes that the leasing plans offer an excellent choice for those needing a printer quickly and do not want the aggravation of maintenance and servicing or are struggling to get new equipment signed off by the boss. The extra peace-of-mind knowing that the printer is continually maintained and supported is an attractive prospect for many manufacturers.
Find out more at Needham-Coding.com