Canon introduces its new CCNA organisation with the launch of its PIXMA G series printers in East Africa

Canon, a leader in imaging solutions, has announced the launch of three new printers in the East African region under its newly formed “Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA)” business division.


The division was carved in December 2015, to demonstrate Canon’s commitment to operating closer to its customers and meeting their demands in the rapidly evolving African market.

The formation of Canon Central and North Africa will energise Canon’s operations across Africa as the strategy of growing reach and engaging customers is rolled out in all African markets that it geographically covers.

The launched printers– the PIXMA G1400, PIXMA G2400 and PIXMA G3400 – are capable of printing up to 7,000 colour and 6,000 black pages from a single set of ink bottles.

Featuring Canon’s brand new genuine Continuous Ink Supply System (CISS), each printer uses refillable ink tanks to offer volume printing that significantly reduces ongoing ink expenditure.

“The demand for cost effective all-in-one office inkjet printers has significantly increased in the East African markets for offices where high yield printing is the norm, or home users who enjoy printing all their best photographs, these printers offer genuine value and low cost printing, with an unrivalled page number output for ultimate productivity.

We are happy to cater to this growing segment and take forward Canon’s vision of providing cutting-edge technology to business and home-office users,” said Hendrik Verbrugghe, Marketing Director, CME & CCNA at the launch.

He further added that although Canon was catering to the demand of the region with CISS printers, it also offers the entire range of traditional printers (with nonrefillable cartridge system) to the market.

These are essential for those customers who do not print a lot but still would like to have a low cost Inkjet Printer for their home needs, with exceptional photo quality and connectivity features.

“Canon is a leader in the imaging and business solutions category in terms of technology, performance and range. This success has been built on many factors, including our product range, the service we offer, and importantly, our ongoing programme for the development of Channel Partners across the region.

Later today we are meeting with our channel partners and discussing plans to enhance availability of Canon products,” Mr Verbrugghe continued.

Designed for quality, detail and ease

The PIXMA G1400 is a single function printer, while the PIXMA G2400 and PIXMA G3400 are All-in-One printers offering print, scan and copy functionalities.

Each printer incorporates a durable FINE print head system for high quality prints at fast speeds, as well as technology that stops air penetrating the ink feeding tubes, ensuring reliability and stability when printing in high volumes.

For prints with high levels of detail the 2pl, 4800x1200dpi print engine offers smooth gradations and fine detail, perfect for intricate documents or high-quality photographs.

Each model in the range also prints borderless 4 x 6” photos in as little as 601 seconds.

The new compact refillable ink tank models combine an aesthetic design and ease of use.

The four high-yield, front facing ink tanks are immediately visible, making it simple and fast to check ink levels, while the uniquely designed ink bottles make topping up a quick and mess-free task.

Connected creativity

For connected printing the PIXMA G3400 is Wi-Fi enabled and offers printing without wires from a PC as well as smartphones or tablets, with full compatibility with Canon’s new PRINT app.

Cloud printing lets you send documents and photos to print from anywhere in the world, and remotely print from popular services including Instagram™, Google Drive™, Facebook™, Dropbox™ and Flickr ™. For truly creative photo printing the PIXMA G3400 is also compatible with Canon’s

Easy-PhotoPrint+. Accessible from tablets or a web browser, the software accesses your photos and lets you edit them before printing creative projects such as greeting cards or calendars.

The new printers all come with Canon’s My Image Garden software, which includes a range of applications including Creative Park, helping you print a variety personalised creations including cards, crafts and even high-detail paper arts.

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