MPL extends service contract for Ryobi Mitsubishi

M Partners ltd, or MPL, has been offered an extension to its existing contract for servicing with Ryobi Mitsubishi Graphic Technology Ltd (RMGT). The deal means that MPL will continue to provide technical support services and spare parts for existing Mitsubishi presses as well as for any B1 presses manufactured by the new RMGT business. In addition, the company will also continue to be responsible for the sale of new RMGT sheetfed presses in the B1 and large format ranges.

Mark Stribley, Joint Managing Director of MPL, said: “We will be providing significant support to RMGT for the forthcoming Drupa show, including technical expertise for the commissioning, demonstration and decommissioning of the products that will feature on the company’s stand.”

RMGT has already said that it will be showing B1 and SRA1 litho presses, LED-UV, and digital offset equipment at Drupa show.

M partners also distributes GUK folding equipment, MGi digital printing equipment and Mabeg inspection products.





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