LFP - Large-Format-Printing

swissQprints Nordic competence centre

Tuesday 11. August 2020 - NIZE equipment is the official swissQprint partner in Scandinavia, Finland and the Baltic States. And that since 2008, which is almost as long as swissQprint has existed. NIZE equipment distributes the Swiss large format printers and supports customers in every respect. Now, the team of 15 has moved into a new building of their own design in Odder, Denmark. Lars Nikolajsen, the NIZE equipment CEO, says: We are the Nordic swissQprint competence centre.

The swissQprint sales and service partner in Denmark, NIZE equipment, has invested in purpose-built premises to establish a new swissQprint competence centre for Europe’s Nordic countries.
Service from A to Z
Visitors to the new 600-square-metre showroom can experience the latest swissQprint models in action. Included in the exhibition is a wide range of samples illustrating the printers’ versatility. Experienced NIZE staff maintain around 100 machines already in the field, supply users with consumables and provide operational training and support. NIZE equipment also offers testing and sampling services.
Welcoming premises
The building has a floor area of 1,200 square metres and is constructed in accordance with the latest standards for minimum energy requirements. In addition to the ecological aspects, pleasant lighting and acoustics were a major consideration for NIZE equipment. It has been a successful accomplishment: “Visitors feel extremely comfortable with us,” confirms Lars Nikolajsen, “and the new working environment is also greatly appreciated by the employees.”
Open for machine presentations
Machine presentations are by appointment. Odder lies close to Aarhus and Billund airports, on Denmark’s Jutland peninsula. This puts NIZE equipment within easy reach of guests from across the Nordic countries. NIZE equipment can optionally organise visits to the swissQprint factory or, considering the problematic travel situation at present, live-streamed presentations from the Swiss manufacturer’s headquarters.

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