A.G.E. Graphic Equipment Trading Llc

P.O. Box. 120270, SAIF Zone, Sharjah

United Arab Emirates




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A.G.E. Graphic Equipment Trading Llc

AGE Graphic Equipment FZC is a growing Graphic Arts equipment and consumable supplier based in Sharjah, UAE. We provide pre-press, press and post-press solutions. With the largest installed base of true chemistry-free CTP systems in the UAE, AGE has achieved an enviable reputation of providing environmentally sustainable solutions to the GCC print industry.

While improving profit margins and contributing to the environment, our green solutions make it easier to meet the increasing demand for high quality and faster turnaround printing times. AGE has been providing high quality products, coupled with instantly responsive and proactive after-sales service.

With expertise in different areas of print, our dedicated team of professionals has both the knowledge and experience to help the printers choose the right solution. AGE’s goal is to help print organizations in the region use technology to increase productivity, reduce costs, minimize risks and grow strategically.

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