Brother Industries, Ltd., the parent company of Brother Philippines and one of the leading global manufacturers of printers, scanners, and related equipment, has won the Japanese “Good Design Award 2018” in six categories.
Since its first win in 1960 for its home sewing machine, Brother has won the same award for a total of 205 different products, including the ones this year. Furthermore, this will be the 26th consecutive year of awards since1993.
According to Brother Philippines President Glenn Hocson: “The Good Design Award evaluates not only the exterior beauty of products, but also the user experience and environmental impact of the design, as well as the products/services’ ability to present new ideas to society. Winning the award recognizes the concerted effort by all Brother employees involved in developing, manufacturing and delivering Brother’s products and services.’’
Based on their motto “At your side”, Brother is committed to always placing the customers first by designing products that suit their needs. Brother is determined to continue to provide superior value through product design.
Good Design Award-Winning Products
Out of the six winning products, two are available in the Philippines. The first is Brother’s HL-L2375DW monochrome laser printer, which allows high-speed printing of up to 36 pages per minute (ppm) for letter size and 34ppm for A4 size, automatic 2-sided printing, and wireless connectivity for productivity and convenience.
Garment Printer GTX
The second product is Brother’s direct-to-garment (DTG) inkjet printer called GTX, which combines its seamless design with accelerated print speed, lower maintenance, easy customization, flexible quantities, and other top-notch features that take conventional DTG printing to the next generation.
To learn more about the Good Design Award, visit http://www.g-mark.org/?locale=en. For more information on Brother’s products and services, log on to Brother Philippines’ website at www.brother.com.ph, like its Facebook page (Facebook.com/BROTHERatyourside), and follow it on Twitter (@BROTHERPhils) and Instagram (@BrotherPhils).
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