Pozitive Appointed as a Mimaki Sales & Service Dealer

Pozitive Appointed as a Mimaki Sales & Service Dealer

Mimaki Australia is pleased to announce that Pozitive has been appointed as a sales and service dealer for NSW/ACT.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Pozitive to the Mimaki family” said Brad Creighton, Marketing Manager of Mimaki Australia. “With our wide product range we were looking to bolster our dealer network and the proven sales record and technical expertise of Pozitive made them an ideal fit for us.”

“Mimaki has an enviable product range” said Philip Trumble, Managing Director of Pozitive. “Our team thrive on finding new and innovative solutions to improve the production capabilities of our clients, and we are very excited to have the Mimaki products added to our arsenal.”

“Being a technical service oriented company, we are looking forward to integrating the exciting tech that Mimaki brings to the table” said Simon Averell, Pozitive’s Service Manager.

Mimaki are committed to working with their dealer channel to build value for both the dealer and end user, and ensure that the Mimaki owners are well catered for with multiple avenues for technical service. As a globally recognised brand, they have enjoyed stable growth over many years and continues their commitment to the Australian market with a range of initiatives, including broadening the dealer sales and service network.

Mimaki and Pozitive

About Mimaki
Mimaki Australia are committed to support our dealer network to grow Mimaki brand awareness. Adapting new Australian initiatives which include service and warranty strategies. Regular Mini Trade show events in-conjunction with our dealer network. These events outline educational and advanced application workshops so we can provide the benefits of Mimaki products to Australian customers. Increase opportunities with IP (industrial products) TA (textiles and apparel) markets within Australia.
Mimaki is a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting machines for the sign/graphics, textile/apparel and industrial markets.


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