Copiers Northwest was recognized as an Elite Dealer

Copiers Northwest capped a highly successful 2018 by adding an Elite Dealer award given by ENX/This Week in Imaging, a national trade publication that monitors and reports on the office technology industry and annually selects the USA’s premier dealers. Using multiple criteria, companies are selected for the magazine’s highest honor by the publication’s writers, editors, and management staff after being nominated by the industry’s manufacturers, suppliers, peers, and other vendors.

In the past year, Copiers Northwest maintained significant annual growth, solidified its presence in a number of major accounts and established a production print center with the remarkable Canon/OCE Colorado and Arizona products that provide off-set quality posters using the new, breakthrough UVgel technology.

“The fact we’re annually ranked with our country’s top office technology companies means a great deal to me and my management team,” said Gregg Petrie, Copiers Northwest’s president, and co-founder with CEO Mark Petrie. “It reinforces that together we’ve built a company and developed a culture that is 100% customer-focused and provides the necessary support so that our people can consistently perform at a high level regardless of the task.”

About Copiers Northwest

Mark and Gregg Petrie founded Copiers Northwest in 1986. From its roots in Seattle, the company has grown to over 250 employees with offices in Washington’s Tri-Cities, Tacoma, Olympia, Moses Lake, Yakima, Bellingham and Spokane, and Oregon offices in Portland, Salem, and Bend. Copiers Northwest’s business includes the sales and service of copiers, printers, wide format plotters, UV Flatbed Printers, document storage and retrieval products and software solutions that help customers be more productive and competitive within their industry. Manufacturers represented by Copiers Northwest now include Canon, Sharp, Océ, Lexmark, HP, KIP and more.

ENX Magazine is a monthly publication dedicated to the document technology industry since 1994. Now in its 25th year, ENX Magazine continues to deliver exclusive editorial coverage on market opportunities and issues, news and trends, company profiles, new products, and industry insights through interviews with key players in all segments of the document technology industry. With a circulation of more than 28,000 hard copies, ENX Magazine is the leading integrated resource that brings together industry people, products, and business concepts and strategies for document technology industry professionals.