ISRAEL TO HOUSE EFI’s NEW INKJET CENTER

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ISRAEL TO HOUSE EFI’s NEW INKJET CENTER

 user 2007-08-08 at 11:45:00 am Views: 58
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    Israel To House EFI’s New Inkjet R&D Design Centre
    August
    , 2007The new facility’s charter will be to develop and validate the
    performance of new technologies, modules and printers.

    Friday,
    August 2007: EFI, a company into colour digital print servers,
    superwide format printers and inks, and print management solutions,
    will launch its inkjet research and development design centre in Israel
    in the mid of August. The new site, located in Hod-Hasharon,
    approximately 15 kms outside of Tel Aviv, was selected to take
    advantage of the high-quality talent concentration of inkjet
    engineering talent within the local population.”Our new location
    provides us with an excellent professional, easily accessible R&D
    environment to better meet the diverse needs of our global customer
    base,” said Guy Gecht, chief executive officer, EFI. “We are focussed
    on delivering a consistent flow of inkjet product innovations for the
    superwide, label, packaging and industrial print markets.”Eli Shalev
    has joined EFI as general manager and will be responsible for managing
    the new centre, announced Guy Gecht. Shalev has served Scitex product
    divisions as general manager and Nur Macroprinters as a vice president
    of R&D and chief operating officer. “His successful career,
    numerous accomplishments and continued commitment to the success of our
    customers will truly be an asset to EFI and our new industry-leading
    centre,” adds Gecht.