Print firm to debut new Samsung technology

Staff at ABS
Staff at ABS

Elland-based Print management firm ABS Print will showcase revolutionary new print technology to audiences at the upcoming Buy Yorkshire event.

Having announced a new partnership with tech giants Samsung UK earlier this year, representatives from ABS Print will exclusively preview a new range of A4 machines, not previously available in the UK.

The new range of high-performance printers offer professional print quality, business to business capabilities and maximum cost efficiency.

They also feature an intuitive 7” touchscreen panel and the software that runs on the Android platform.

The new range of printers will be available to businesses across the region directly from ABS Print from June.

Brett Abson, sales director at ABS UK Ltd, said: “Following the announcement earlier this year of our partnership with Samsung, we are delighted to be able to showcase some of their exciting new products, for the very first time, to our colleagues in Yorkshire’s business community.

“Buy Yorkshire once again promises to be a fantastic event and we’re excited to help other businesses realise the benefits of new print technology, and the savings they can make through consultation.”

David Thompson, head of OA channels at Samsung UK Ltd said: “Our new range of products offer high performance and feature the latest technology to help businesses work more efficiently, while keeping print costs to a minimum.

“We’re pleased to be working alongside ABS Print as we launch new products into the UK market.”

Buy Yorkshire is a multi-format platform for innovation, conversation and business education taking place at The Royal Armouries, Leeds, on 16 and 17 May.

ABS’s attendance at Buy Yorkshire follows their recent appearance at Power Calderdale, where marketing manager David Lees delivered a talk to business guests on how they can reduce their carbon footprint and manage costs.

ABS provides document production and print and document management to firms in the north of England.