Demand for the Jeti printers is increasing globally and now it has entered the untouched markets also. Recently Superwide Digital, the sales and service division for Gandinnovations Jeti printers in the African market has announced the sale of four new Jeti printers in the Nigerian market and two in the Republic of Benin.
The Jeti 5000, now available in the Jeti 5024 model with 24 Spectra printheads, the most recent in the growing line of Jeti printers from Gandinnovations, was acquired by Pomat Peters in Lagos. Its successful installation spurred the acquisition of a second 24-spectra head, 6-colour 3.2 meter Jeti 3324 printer. The Jeti 5000 is a 5-meter, 6-colour spectra head printer acquired by Arizona Trading, managed by Mel Todd, will be installed alongside a Jeti 3318 printer at their company site in Lagos. The 18-head, 6-colour, 3.2-meter printer will run high-speed 300 dpi prints.
Finally, Alfa Group has also installed a Jeti 3324 printer, with a speed of over 100 sqmt per hour to satisfy the demand for high quality large format digital prints in the Nigerian market. Besides, Concept Starlight, managed by Andre Zekpa, became the first Jeti owner in the Republic of Benin acquiring a Jeti 3312 in March 2006. Coricom, managed by Franck Dossa, is one of the largest outdoor contractors in Benin. The company also opted for a Jeti 3312, which has been installed by Superwide Digital recently. The 3.3 meter wide printer is equipped with 12 high performance spectra printheads.