Visual Magnetics Works with JetGraph Co., LTD

Visual Magnetics®, creator of the Visual Magnetics Graphic System®, has added JetGraph Co., LTD, as its new direct sales channel based in Tokyo, Japan. JetGraph has been the number one distributer of HP latex inkjet printers in Japan for the last three years.

As a direct sales channel, JetGraph Co., LTD will provide technical and expert sales support, including four sales offices nationwide, and prototyping of Visual Magnetics’ product lines. Five-time winner of the DPI/SGIA Product of the Year Award, the easy-to-use Visual Magnetics Graphic System features patented Micro-Iron® MagnaMedia® printable films to produce stunning photo-quality graphics that enable design flexibility and allow for multi-layering of graphic panels. The system components include ActiveWall Micro-Iron wall primer, MagnaMedia Micro-Iron coated print media, and InvisiLock custom engineered sheet magnet, which may be applied to virtually any surface, incorporated into frames and fixtures or simply mounted directly to a wall.

“JetGraph is committed to providing a comprehensive solution for the wide format inkjet market,” says Keiichi Shindo, president of JetGraph Co., LTD. “We are very excited to be able to provide Visual Magnetics’ products as a new and innovative solution to our customers.”

“JetGraph is a trusted and valued supplier of comprehensive wide-format printing solutions in Japan,” said Joe Deetz, CEO of Visual Magnetics. “We are thrilled to add JetGraph to our group of direct sales channels, and are confident the company will not only be an exceptional reseller, but also an advocate of our product lines.”

Visual Magnetics crafts 100 percent fully recyclable products, utilizes PVC-free base materials, and creates select media constructed from 100 percent post-consumer products. The company has implemented a complete end-of-life process encouraging customers to return all retired MagnaMedia to Visual Magnetics to be recycled for use in steel and electricity production.



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