OKI Electric Industry Company of Japan recently reported financial results for the nine months that ended on December 31, 2018, reporting net sales of 299.3 billion yen, down 0.7 percent year-over-year.
This month, Oki Europe launched of a maintenance and automatic consumables-supply service, “Smart Managed Page Services,” which it’s added to its “Shinrai” partner program.
The ColorPainter M-64s Traffic Printer is a wide-format printer that uses 3M SX Ink and prints on 3M reflective media for printing and is designed for the traffic and roadway safety industry.
With Connected Print, retailers can print QR codes or images; customers can then scan these printed items with their mobile device and are then directed to more product and brand information on the Web.
Printer sales exceeded OKI’s expectations, although they slightly declined year-over-year by 1 percent.
These clone printers are not covered by OKI Data’s warranties, not eligible for OKI Data service and will not receive firmware or driver updates from OKI Data.
“This is the only LED 5-color device in the world to deliver 13” x 19″ digital transfers and OKI is the first-to-market with this long-awaited technology,”
OKI reported that operating income for its printing business “improved significantly.”
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