30 January 2013
Request Office Services adds Xerox iGen4s
TORONTO—Business communications provider Request Office Services installed two Xerox iGen4 EXP digital presses and moved 30% of its offset print jobs to digital.

Request's clients include BMO Nesbitt Burns, Subway Sandwiches, and the Canadian Movie Picture Distributors Association. The two new Xerox machines join the company's Xerox Nuvera 120 and Xerox Nuvera 288.


Todd Johnson, vice president of sales and customer relations (left); Norm Orviss, business development manager (middle); and Kyle Chartier, graphic designer (right)

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