Copylandia Office Systems Corporation was the proud printing partner of the 2014 Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) annual national convention.
Held last Sept. 24-26 in SMX Davao, the three-day convention was attended by 3,221 participants from partner schools all across the country. This year’s theme was “Set Forth in Faith: Defining the transformative role of Catholic education in a changing world”.
As CEAP’s official printing partner, Copylandia supplied the latest in printing and finishing equipment, paperstocks and technical personnel to fulfill all of the conference’s printing needs.
Foremost among these machines is the state-of-the-art RISO ComColor 9150. Made by the same company that produced the famous Risograph machines, the ComColor is the world’s fastest color inkjet printer with the lowest printing cost. With monochrome copies costing less than P0.10 and full-color prints costing less than P0.20, the ComColor was the perfect tool for printing CEAP’s newsletters, information sheets, and posters in large volumes.
For printing needs that required glossy paper, Copylandia brought along the Develop ineo+452 multifunction copier. The German branded copier produced the delegate IDs, brochures and glossy pamphlets needed for the summit.
Meanwhile, bulk copying of the conference minutes and speaker notes was made possible by RISO digital duplicators from Japan. Copylandia also showcased the Evolis brand of card printers from Europe. The compact machines are capable of producing one- or two-sided high-resolution IDs at low cost and with minimal supervision.
To underscore our support for CEAP’s initiatives, the conference was attended by 10 of Copylandia’s branch managers from all across the country, led by our Davao BM Erben Garrido. Also present for the event were NCR Sales Manager Margie Pascual, Head of Marketing & Corporate Communications Avin Ugay, and Technical Manager Gio Aurelio, all of whom flew in from Manila.
During the three-day convention, Copylandia gave away souvenirs in the form of newsletters, educational posters, 2015 calendars, keychains and prayer cards for the 3,500+ delegates who attended.