Fred Meyer® store installs Canon® imagePROGRAF printers
Canon U.S.A., Inc. is proud to announce that its imagePROGRAF printer, which prints images in large format, has been selected by Fred Meyer Stores to print high-quality posters for its stores.
Canon, which was listed as one of the most admired companies by Fortune Magazine in 2011, provides printing solution for business-to-business, industrial, and consumers. Its total revenue is estimated to be more than $45 billion. The company provides support to its customers for all its product range and it manufactures environment-friendly devices.
Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6300 printers will now be used for printing poster-sized images of high quality for Fred Meyer Stores. Canon confirmed that the Digital Photo Center of Fred Meyer stores have purchased more than 130 imagePROGRAF printers, which are already in use. Canon large format printer, imagePROGRAF iPF6300 is equipped with the LUCIA EX archival ink, which prints images using the right amount of color and produces the perfect image.
"We are constantly trying to provide our customers with more options for their favorite photos and prints. We're pleased to partner with Canon to give customers poster-sized prints of their treasured photos," said Karen Hughes, vice president of Photo, Electronics and Music for Fred Meyer Stores.
Fred Meyer has 132 departmental stores in four western states. The company is also known for its charity work. According to records, Fred Meyer donates $4 million every year across the Northwest states, through Fred Meyer Foundation, sponsorship, and it also contribute both in cash and kind. The company is also said to donate food to food banks in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.