QIPC-EAE to the rescue as China looks for a breakthrough

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Chinese print sites are "looking for a breakthrough" as the industry hits a series of unfavourable conditions.

So says Oujia Pan, general manager of Pande Graphic Equipments, which has just been named as agent for control and electronics specialists QIPC-EAE.

"Affected by the slowdown in economic growth, the increase in production costs of enterprises and the acceleration of the digitisation and networking process, China's printing industry is facing a series of unfavourable factors," he says. "Therefore there is an urgent need to seek new paths in order to realise transformation and a breakthrough in this process."

He says the cooperation with QIPC-EAE will allow them to support and update existing QIPC-EAE systems, and allow existing and new customers to continue to invest.

Pande Graphic Equipments has an established portfolio of postpress equipment manufacturers including Gämmerler, Mosca, Planatol Sytems and Affeldt.

Established in 1999, it is located in the Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park in the Haidian District of Beijing, and includes a repair centre and spare parts warehouse with qualified professional staff.

QIPC sales head Erwin van Rossem says the appointment follows reorganisation of its China operations. "I'm delighted that Pande Graphic Equipments decided to partner up with our organisation - this way we can remain and improve our customer satisfaction level looking at service, support and sales."

Pictured: Dr Oujia Pan

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