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MBM unveils newest Canon products

Monday, January 27, 2014

Weighing in on its brand strength in the T&T market, MBM hosted a two-day open house and exhibition of Canon solutions for the business community. 



Managing director Robert Boopsingh said real estate, energy, property management and education are some of the sectors where the solutions can be useful by effectively improving processes for enhanced productivity, sharing of information and cost efficiencies. “There is a lot going on in public image and public presentation, so getting your message out there you need to have the sharpest, best images as you go on. 



Having Canon products gives you the flexibility to be able to produce that quality on a one-off basis, or on a mass production basis, at the lowest price with most flexibility. That’s a definite advantage.” 



Boopsingh said the T&T market is “very competitive” but he is confident the Canon brand is strong. He said MBM has also etched its name in the industry and even won awards for the Most Digital Equipment Sold in the Caribbean, Outstanding Achievement in Overall Growth in the Caribbean and Technical Proficiency in Copier Service industry. The Canon solutions can be used for graphic arts and production, software print solutions, large format printers and office equipment and copiers. 


MBM is the only Canon authorised distributor in T&T.


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