Digital printing presses were the answer to the needs of the digital and internet era forvariable printing, short runs, quickturn-arounds. Conventional print technologyis increasingly giving way to modern day digital technology.

The advent of digital printing spelt drastic changes to the print industry overall. It has opened up a vast new arena of opportunities to both investors and end users. While digital print technology evolved at great pace, print finishing was the laggard for quite some time. Today from mere printing, the digital print industry has progressedto creasing, folding, foiling, binding and many more processes, very similar to the services offered by the conventional offset printers.

Throughthe years, conventional print finishing soaked upincreasingly larger investments, bigger space, straining profitabilityowing to the setup time, make ready costs and specialised labor. For the digital print industry Digitalprintfinish.com brings you the best of both worlds enhancing revenues, profitability and increased acceptance by potential and current clients as a one stop shop for all their printing needs.

Digitalprintfinish.com showcases everything that you need for your digital print finishing business. Classified based on the functions and investment cost, this website gives you as much details that will help you to plan and make the right decisions. There is also a dedicated helpline ……… that you can consult for more information and friendly sales staff who can be at your door step at your request to guide you even better.

Digitalprintfinish.com is an initiative of AFRA International DMCC which has had a market presence since 1996. After 20 years of its market presence, Afra is the market leader for print finishing and packaging equipment with offices and thousands of installations throughout the Middle East region, West and East Africa, South Asia and North America. The group represents major equipment manufacturers in Europe, Japan and the USA. It also owns the global brand “Champion” range of print equipment, which is manufactured at own factories in China. Afra has active installations of 2000+ machines in these regions.