Malaysia-based Richmatt Graphics has added control systems vendor QuadTech to a portfolio which includes Indian press maker Manugraph.
The new agency for QuadTech's register control, colour control and digital ink covers Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.
Based in Selangor Darul Ehsan in Malaysia's capital of Kuala Lumpur, Richmatt's broad spectrum of agencies also includes Swedish mailroom systems maker Schur Wamac and newspaper editorial systems developer Protecmedia.
Its customer base include New Straits Times Press, Utusan Malaysia, Malaysia Nanban, Sin Chew Jit Poh, Munsang Printers, Singapore Press Holdings and Gramedia Printing Group.
Managinf director Roach Michael says demand for colour quality and reduced waste is increasing pressure on printing operations: "Our job is to inform printers of the benefits of automating colour and register controls to reduce their waste and keep their production costs low. With QuadTech's extensive product portfolio and solid reputation in this field, we can now help our customers to achieve this goal."
QuadTech area sales manager Vinodhkumar Balakrishnan says doing business in a market with a multilingual and multicultural business community requires deep understanding: "Richmatt Graphics with their wide experience in the local printing industry, understands this well and will be a strong partner to QuadTech in marketing our solutions, providing comprehensive technical support to printers, and keeping their operations running at peak performance.
"Their team of qualified engineers, technicians and product specialists will ensure that customers across Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei will receive very best levels of service, product expertise and local market knowledge."