Las Vegas, NV—Two months after the Bahamas were devastated by Hurricane Dorian, with wind speeds reaching 185 mph, many retail businesses are just now opening their doors; they are staring to offer limited services. In an effort to help retail businesses in their hurricane recovery efforts, DNP Imagingcomm America provided its retail customers with gratis DS620A dye-sub printers and SL620A Snap Labs.
Photo printing is an important recurring revenue service; it helps retail businesses keep customers coming back to the store again and again. Businesses devastated by Hurricane Dorian are working to restore as many services as they can as quickly as possible. DNP is eager to aid in the recovery efforts and support its retail customers. Consequently, it shipped DS620A printers, SL620A Snap Labs and media to help these businesses take a step toward recovery.
Moreover, DNP provided additional printers and 6×8 media to support an initiative providing families with a Christmas photo. Families affected by the hurricane can take family holiday photos and receive a free 6×8 photo print.
“It was heartbreaking to hear about the destruction Hurricane Dorian caused in the Bahamas,” said Shinichi Yamashita, president of DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation. “We wanted to find a way to help our retail customers to not only replace their equipment quickly but also give them back the opportunity to open another service to their customers.
“As retail businesses begin to offer printing services again, residents whose photos may have been lost or damaged in the storm can begin to rebuild with their happy memories.”
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation
DNP IAM is a 100% U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. Moreover, Dai Nippon Printing is among the largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo and card printers; as well as thermal transfer ribbons for barcode printers.
In addition, DNP IAM offers a broadest selection of solutions for the photo retail market. Its products address retailers’, photo event imaging operators’ and system integrators’ specific business goals and objectives. Moreover, its manufacturing, sales and development offices of dye-sublimation media for photo printers are located in Concord, North Carolina.