Kalideck Antalis South Africa recently unveiled its Kalideck Experience Centre, which offers customers a complete experience of the company’s latest technology in digital grand and wide format printing, finishing, litho prepress and green packaging solutions. This advertorial appears in the Sign Africa Journal.
Kalideck Antalis has had a steady stream of customers, including printers and design agencies, visit the ultra-modern facility. The centre is a showcase for a wide array of solutions. Experience paper, software, advertising, signage, display and graphics, media and substrates, digital printing, packaging and void filling solutions.
The Kalideck Experience Centre was named after Antalis South Africa managing directors Neelesh Kalidas and Raymond Waldeck, following the 100 percent local buyout of shares owned by Antalis International. This has led to the management of a truly empowered South African entity and leading black empowered company.
‘The aim of Kalideck Experience Centre is to be a customer resource centre where visitors get a personalised experience; can see the latest technology in the market place from leading suppliers, and have our top technical experts at their disposal,’ said Romano Daniels, Marketing and Purchasing Manager, Kalideck Antalis South Africa. ‘It allows customers to trial substrates and products on our machines so that they can take the time to make good investment decisions.’
The experience doesn’t only stop at the machines. The centre also boasts a large boardroom, where training can be done; a kitchen – Kalideck Antalis brings in chefs to cater for customers – and dining table, where customers can discuss their concerns and unique business needs with highly skilled technicians. Visitors will be guided on which digital options are suitable for them, how they can eliminate waste, remain competitive and future-proof their businesses. The experience is rounded off by after-sales technical support, backed by a professional and highly-skilled service team.
‘We hope to inspire customers and expose them to new possibilities they might not have thought of. With Kalideck Antalis’ extensive research and knowledge of market trends, we can advise customers how they can stay on top of developments and trends in the marketplace. This is just one way that we go the extra mile for customers,’ said Daniels.
Kalideck Antalis recently announced its new partnership with Xanté, and is displaying the Excelagraphix 4800, the first of its kind in South Africa, in the centre. The digital inkjet corrugated printer is powered by Memjet’s revolutionary Waterfall print head technology, employing a stationary print head bar system that allows for single pass print speeds up to 416 corrugated flat sheets of 121.92cm (48’’) x 60.9cm (24’’) per hour.
To book a unique experience, please contact Caroline Coughlan at firstname.lastname@example.org.