Epson India eyes 25% growth in 2013-14

imagesKOLKATA: Digital imaging company Epson said it hopes to achieve 25% growth during 2013-14 as against 20% it made in the last fiscal. “We hope to reach a target of 25% growth during 2013-14,” said deputy general manager (consumer product group) of Epson India, SM Ram Prasad.

Stating that the company, whose last year’s turnover was Rs 703 crore, was set to redefine business printing with new range of mono ink tank system printers, Ram Prasad said launch of its new range of printers would help Epson in achieving the target.

Claiming to have 50% share in the market, he said “when many think of office printing in India they think laser, but we are here to change this and I am absolutely confident that our M series printers will drive the shift from laser to inkjet printing.”