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Last autumn’s announcement by swissQprint has become fact: a new German subsidiary began operations on 1 April 2017 and from now on will be distributing and servicing the Swiss large format printers in Germany. The place of business is in Kerpen, near Cologne.

 

swissQprint has a subsidiary in Germany as of 1 April 2017. A 12-member team under the management of Wolfgang Tropartz has taken over all activities related to swissQprint from the former distributor Sihl Direct, who decided last year to withdraw from this partnership for strategic reasons.

 

Last autumn’s announcement by swissQprint has become fact: a new German subsidiary began operations on 1 April 2017 and from now on will be distributing and servicing the Swiss large format printers in Germany. The place of business is in Kerpen, near Cologne.

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swissQprint has a subsidiary in Germany as of 1 April 2017. A 12-member team under the management of Wolfgang Tropartz has taken over all activities related to swissQprint from the former distributor Sihl Direct, who decided last year to withdraw from this partnership for strategic reasons.

 

Full service
The swissQprint subsidiary now serves the entire German market and offers the complete range: Oryx 2, Impala 2 and Nyala 2 in all versions and with a variety of expansion options. As a trading and service organisation, the subsidiary not only offers product consulting but also support for existing customers complete with supplies of consumables and technical service. Showroom, warehouse and offices are all under one roof in Kerpen, near Cologne. “This is how we can offer customers all-round, speedy service”, says a pleased Wolfgang Tropartz.

 

Close to the market
The new organisation brings swissQprint closer to the market. Customers everywhere stand to benefit from direct exchange among what are now three subsidiaries – the USA and Japan in addition to Germany – making swissQprint yet more responsive to emerging needs. Development and production of the precision large-format printers is still one hundred percent based at the headquarters in Switzerland.

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