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Nothing is impossible for Alfa Laval’s in-house print department

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Beck-Jørgensen had a clear idea of what he wanted: compact, fast and reliable digital printing technology that would enable the company to implement end-to-end production of customer applications in-house, as well as a more automated workflow. He spoke at length with a range of suppliers, determined to find a partner that was as committed to his department as he was. That partner turned out to be Canon.

Results

End-to-end production of customer manuals as well as sales and marketing collateral for Alfa Laval employees

End-to-end production of customer manuals as well as sales and marketing collateral for Alfa Laval employees

Improved productivity thanks to remote access

Improved productivity thanks to remote access

Minimal downtime and instant servicing

Minimal downtime and instant servicing

Lower click per product (the savings in CPP cover the monthly lease fee)

Lower click per product (the savings in CPP cover the monthly lease fee)

Objective

To improve efficiency and quality of Alfa Laval’s in-house print production environment.

Challenges

• Poor printing model – half production, half office technology – lacked productivity, reliability and quality

• Frequent production downtime

• Lack of control over the end product

Approach

Feeling undervalued by its current production print supplier, Alfa Laval was impressed by the dedication of the Canon team, who guided the customer through its imagePRESS C800 technology, demonstrating how it would fit into their business and where it could take them in the future. The print production manager was also drawn to the remote access functionality, enabling him to monitor the print environment from home to enhance control, productivity and flexibility.