Solimar Systems, the supplier of workflow solutions for production printing and digital communications, has strengthened its European sales network with the appointment of two new distributors, ASL Group and Wallitrade. 

British company ASL will be offering Solimar’s Chemistry Platform to its clients in the UK. The platform consists of a range of modular customer communications management solutions that aim to provide users with the tools to achieve better visibility, accessibility and mobility throughout their production printing and digital delivery workflow.

Meanwhile Budapest-based Wallitrade, which already provides Screen, Agfa, Rigoli and Böwe Systec equipment across Hungary and Slovakia, will also offer the Chemistry Platform, as well as providing technical support and services, in those two countries.

‘The breadth of capability in our Chemistry Platform is creating opportunities for printer vendors in Europe and around the world,’ said Mary Ann Rowan, Solimar’s chief experience officer. ‘By joining Solimar Systems’ distribution network, ASL Group and Wallitrade mark an exciting step in our journey to making local, expert service for Solimar Chemistry available to more companies in Europe. We are excited to help our new partners bring robust workflow solutions to their customers, expanding their options for PDF optimisation and piece-level tracking whilst supporting printing, finishing, and digital delivery.’

Speaking for ASL Group, commercial and industrial print systems director Will Doherty added, ‘Solimar has an excellent range of production printing and digital delivery workflow-enhancing products, offering the flexibility required by printers in all sectors. After the challenges faced by the entire industry over the last 12 months, adding these solutions and working with such an innovative company presents a unique opportunity for our customers to explore new ways to optimise and streamline their print management – a highly valuable prospect as businesses continue to focus on ways to increase profitability.’