IDP Corp Announces the Launch of North American Operations

IDP Corp Announces the Launch of North American Operations

IDP Corp Announces the Launch of North American OperationsIDP’s rapid growth has allowed it to invest in operations in the United States that will sell, warranty, and service its SMART brand of printers in the US and Canadian markets.

“The US and Canadian markets are key areas of focus for IDP and with this launch we believe that we can competitively serve this market with reliable printers with local sales and service” said Brian Roh, CEO.

Leading IDP’s efforts in North America is newly-hired Robert Miskelly, who joined IDP Corp Co. Ltd. as general manager, North America.  He brings over a decade of experience in plastic card printing and the security market. “IDP’s products offer a reliable, well-priced alternative to the market.  With over eight years of proven printer manufacturing capabilities in badging, access control, smart card, and banking applications and with thousands of printers sold, IDP offers a strong, proven solution to the market,” said Miskelly.

IDP’s current product range includes single and dual-sided printers, laminating printers, and options ideally suited for the instant issuance banking sector that includes but is not limited to SIM encoding and embedded fonts.  IDP’s product range will continue to grow with two new launches planned for CARTES in Las Vegas, April 23-25.

IDP has built a strong dealer presence in North America, and the North American team will support them locally and help them grow. 

Please contact Robert Miskelly about becoming a system integrator, dealer or reseller at


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