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Linx strengthens north-west African presence

  • Linx Printing Technologies
Africa, North Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Printing, Labelling Machinery, Printing, Coding, Supply Chain Services, Coding, Traceability

Global coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has further expanded its sales territories in north-west Africa with the appointment of distributors to sell its key continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers in two new countries.

Morocco-based Unicode will be representing Linx in Mauritania while Linx’s long- standing Tunisian partner, JETs S.A., has opened a new sales and service centre in Bamako to support Linx customers in Mali.

Both companies are existing Linx distributors and will therefore be able to offer customers in these new territories high levels of service and support, combined with in-depth technical expertise and market knowledge. The range of Linx coders available, including its top-selling 5900 and CJ400 series, provides a choice of models ideal for a wide variety of requirements.

“Increasing levels of automation in these countries is fuelling the demand for effective and efficient coding systems,” explains Chris Pick, Commercial Director of Linx Printing Technologies.

“With our proven reputation for CIJ printers that offer easy set-up, simple operation and excellent reliability combined with on-the- ground support from our long term partners, we are ideally placed to serve the needs of these emerging markets.”

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  • Modified 15 Nov 2016
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