KODAK Certified Pre-Owned CTP Devices (KCP)
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It's not goodbye, only au revoir!
Sometimes even the most profitable relationships come to an end. We design our Kodak manufactured Computer to Plate (CTP) equipment to perform for the long run – often longer than the business need of its original owner. Perhaps the Kodak CTP device you bought accelerated your business and can no longer provide the capacity you now need. Perhaps you gained or lost a substantial account that drastically changed your capacity needs. The printing industry is highly dynamic and sometimes the needs of a business evolve enough that capital equipment needs to be divested – whether to be replaced with an upgrade or as part of overall capacity reduction. There are many reasons why you might judge the time is right to replace or sell your current Kodak CTP device. We're here to help you continue to maximise the value of the investment you've already made, no matter where your business is headed. Kodak demonstrates the confidence it has in its equipment and offers genero
Why Buying a Pre-Owned CTP from Kodak is a Smart Investment
Did you know that you can buy used CTP equipment directly from Kodak? For printers that need to upgrade their platesetter or want to grow their business with an additional machine, sometimes looking at used equipment is worth considering and may be the only option when capital is limited. However, it can be a little scary to buy used equipment. If it breaks down or needs parts, it could end up costing more than expected, and there’s no guarantee the device will be able to perform at its original quality and throughput specifications. Kodak takes away the risk with our KODAK Certified Pre-Owned CTP Program (KCP). When our customers upgrade to a new CTP device, we offer a popular CTP trade-in program that gives us unique access to a large pool of used KODAK Platesetters, and from this pool, we choose the best ones to be part of the KCP program. Each CTP device in the program goes through an extensive evaluation, testing, and certification process, so