Roland DG’s new trade-In is
Fancy being a few thousand pounds richer? Well In line with the spirit of Halloween, Roland DG are launching the second in its series of Autumn/Winter Offers, providing both potential and existing customers the chance to walk away with not only a brand new machine – but also leaving their bank balance better off , and the ghoulish printers of the past behind them.
The new campaign, named Trade & Treat, offers interested customers the option to trade in an eco-solvent or latex print/print and cut machine, between the sizes of 24-64”, for a variety of Roland DG’s wide format print and print-and-cut printers. The company said that ‘for their old machines, whether they’re still in the world of the living or have been banished to the graveyard’, those who choose to purchase will receive a generous amount ranging between £3-5,000 to use as they wish.
For those looking to creep up the high quality, wide format print industry ladder, the VersaCAMM SP-540i seems to be the ideal choice, with £3,000 available to those who choose to trade in with their purchase.
As Roland put it, ‘for businesses wanting to shake away the cobwebs’, the VersaCAMM VS-540i and VS-640i offers unearthly quality combined with brilliant functionality – and those who purchase can walk away with £4,000 in cashback.
Finally, for those looking to add extra high speed and ‘beastly power’ to their business, the PRO 4 series is impressive; with the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640 providing fast, consistent, vibrant prints and the SOLJET PRO 4 XF-640 offering what Roland terms as ‘frighteningly’ fast print speeds of up to 102m2/hr, as well as a trade in value of £5,000 per machine.
The trade in campaign will run, subject to stock availability, from the 26th October and throughout November, with final orders to be completed by 30th November 2015 – but beware, – stocks are limited.
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