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Hot on the heels of iMedia's first sale of the HP L65500 Latex Printer came an incredibly successful PacPrint.
The 5 day show brought hundreds of leads worth a possible several million dollars and the iMedia reps will have a busy few weeks ahead of them.
In line with the L65500's green credentials, iMedia showcased additional ranges of environmentally friendly products on their stand and the interest from customers looking to expand their operations in this area was very keen.
iMedia's partners in the PaperlinX family, Dalton Paper and Spicers Paper also had a successful week, picking up a combined 30% of the available awards in the annual Print Awards held on Friday night.