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Mimaki gets approval for subsidiary in Turkey
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Apr '16
Mimaki Europe, a Netherlands based manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting machines, got the official approval for its sales subsidiary in Istanbul, Turkey from the local authorities.

The newly opened subsidiary company, Mimaki Eurasia started operations from April 14, 2016. The subsidiary was opened to increase Mimaki's market share in the Eurasian region with more active sales.

Mimaki Europe has always seen the Eurasian market as an important region. With latest textile printing developments introduced since the ITMA show in Milan, the company considers this a logical next step to develop its activities in this region even more.

The company had already established the Mimaki Istanbul Technical Centre in 2013 to strengthen the regional technical support, and has been supplying technical training for the many distributors and dealers in Turkey and surrounding countries.

Mimaki Eurasia will not only be offering direct technical support in this area, but will also be developing new sales activities. (MCJ)

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