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Gandi are claiming nearly 75 printer sales at the ISA show last week in Las Vegas which they claim make them the industry leader.
It remains to be seen how many Australian and New Zealand printers went across to the show and if any of them are being included in Gandi's tally of sales.
“Sales orders are still coming in, we may have 100 sales contracts signed by next week!” exclaims James Gandy, President of Technology and Engineering for Gandinnovations. “We celebrated our 2,000th printer at the show and demonstrated the top performers in our fleet and I’m not kidding we may reach the 3,000 mark by the next ISA show.”
It was reported in the US that several exhibitors dropped out of the show due to the country's current recession.
The company’s newest models -- the Jeti 3324, the Aquajet, Jeti 3348 JetSpeed; and the 1224 Nanojet2 all performed efficiently, environmentally sound and nonstop for the exhibition floor. Not only did all the printers run nonstop during the show hours during the three days but put in some overtime before and after the show.
Two new products offered by Gandinnovations complimented the exhibit, JetiWORX and the Jeti Edge are maintenance and training plans designed to keep clients producing and profitable.