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OKI Europe enhances A3 multi-function printer offering, delivering stunning results at high volume

New ES94X5 MFP series offers organisations the exceptional combination of performance, flexibility and finishing

Egham, 11th June 2014 - OKI Europe Ltd has launched the ES9455 MFP, ES9465 MFP and ES9475 MFP, an advanced range of A3 colour multi-function printers (MFPs) based on OKI's pioneering digital LED technology. These smart MFPs are aimed at schools, businesses with large departments and companies where there is a need for high-volume printing, copying and scanning.

The ES9455 MFP, ES9465 MFP and ES9475 MFP have a large colour touch screen providing easy access to all functions of the device, while sXP, an open platform architecture and embedded web service interface, provides support for a wide range of document capture and document output solutions offering customers an opportunity to customise and control the flow of work to and from the device.

"OKI's new range of smart MFPs meets the needs of more demanding users who want A3 colour printing, copying and scanning in one cost-effective device that can handle heavy workloads," says Peter Dresser, product marketing manager, OKI Europe Ltd. "These MFPs further enhance OKI's already substantial offering in this important part of the market. They are designed to manage document workflows across every kind of organisation - from small businesses to busy departments."

New to the range is the ES9455 MFP which addresses the needs of customers requiring a flexible device capable of handling heavy workloads while also providing sophisticated finishing when required. Uniquely for a product at its price, it offers the option of an internal two-tray finisher and external Saddle Stitch finisher.

The ES9465 MFP and ES9475 MFP are direct replacements for the ES9460 MFP and ES9470 MFP. The ES9475 MFP's 50 pages-per-minute print speed meets what is becoming the standard requirement for printing in the commercial world. Both the ES9465 MFP and ES9475 MFP feature key enhancements which include:

  • Better print quality
  • Faster warm-up time (warm-up time of just 12 seconds)
  • 28% faster scanning
  • Lower power consumption
  • Smaller unit size
  • Reduced weight

Their advanced security features and seamless integration with document workflows allow users maximum productivity even when dealing with confidential documents.

Each unit is sold with a variety of optional trays including a choice of either Cabinet, Paper Feed Pedestal (PFP) or Large Capacity Feeder (LCF) configurations and a range of finishing options, the ES94X5 MFP Series combines versatile paper handling with high-definition printing, granting users the flexibility to generate a wide variety of documents in-house.

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Notes to Editors:
About the ES9455 MFP/ ES9465 MFP /ES9475 MFP

  • Print speed: ES9455 MFP (25ppm), ES9465 MFP (35ppm), ES9475 MFP (50ppm)
  • Warm up time (sleep): ES9455 MFP (15 seconds), ES9465 MFP (12 seconds), ES9475 MFP (12 seconds)
  • Scan [email protected]: ES9455 MFP (50ipm), ES9465 MFP (73ipm), ES9475 MFP (73ipm)
  • Fax option available
  • Typical energy consumption: Maximum 2kw (less than 1W in Deep Sleep mode)
  • Standard paper capacity: ES9455 MFP (900 sheets), ES9465 MFP (1200 sheets), ES9475 MFP (1200 sheets)
  • Maximum paper capacity: ES9455 MFP (2,900 sheets), ES9465 MFP /ES9475 MFP (3,200 sheets)
  • High capacity toner cartridges
  • 9' (23cm) Colour backlit LCD touch screen
  • Security and encryption to highest industry standards

About OKI's Executive Series
OKI's Executive Series (ES) is sold via specialist partners who provide a print strategy and tailored solution that delivers total peace of mind through fully serviced products and the benefits of predictable budgeting.

About OKI Europe
OKI Europe Ltd is a division of OKI Data Corporation, a global business-to-business brand dedicated to creating cost effective, professional in-house printers, applications and services which are designed to increase the efficiency of today's and tomorrow's businesses.

The company is well-established as one of Europe's leading printer brands, in terms of value and units shipped. For over 60 years OKI Europe has been delivering advanced printing solutions worldwide, introducing ground-breaking technologies that support the needs of businesses large and small. Our pioneering development of digital LED printing technology has placed OKI at the forefront of the market in delivering high-definition, eco-friendly printing devices.

In addition to a vast portfolio of award-winning printers and MFPs, OKI Europe offers a range of services to help optimise print and document workflows. This, together with an integrated suite of software technologies and tools, can help businesses take control of their print and document costs in a secure environment, whether office based, mobile or in the cloud.

Today OKI Europe employs approximately 1,100 people in 21 locations (sales offices and production sites) and is represented in 60 countries throughout the EMEA region.

Visit www.okieurope.com for further information.

OKI Data Corporation is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd., established in 1881 and Japan's first telecommunications manufacturer.

Media Contacts:
OKI Europe Ltd: Pamela Ghosal: [email protected], + 44 (0) 208 2192127
Whiteoaks: Simon Moss/Simon Reeves: [email protected] +44 (0) 1252 727313

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