Konica Minolta’s production printing line-up

Showcases future-ready solutions across major cities

Konica Minolta customer meet

Konica Minolta Business Solutions, a global leader in advanced imaging and networking technologies, showcased its state-of-the-art production printing solutions across major urban centers including Kochi, Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The customer meet received an overwhelming response from the attendees wherein more than 100 customers in each city were briefed about the benefits of Konica Minolta’s cutting-edge production printing solutions.

The aim of the customer meet was to strengthen customer connect across cities and to serve sheer requirements of the customers in the production and industrial printing segment. The meet was based on the theme ‘Future of Printing’ wherein Konica Minolta showcased its product line-up in the production printing segment and is now gearing up to showcase its industrial presses in the upcoming customer meets.

Konica Minolta India has successfully emerged as a one-stop solution provider for printing needs right from foil preparation to output delivery including prepress, press and postpress operations. The company’s portfolio of production print solutions includes presses like Bizhub PRO 1100, MGI JETvarnish series, KIP 800 Colour Series, KIP 7170, KIP 770 and Accurio Press C2070/C2060, Bizhub Press C1100/C1085. The company participated in the recently held Print Expo 2017 in Chennai where it showcased many high-potential digital presses like Bizhub Press C1100/C1085, Accurio Press C2070/ C2060, Bizhub PRO 1100, KIP 7170 wide format printing solution and the Web2Print solutions.

“With India witnessing rapid changes in the industrial printing segment, the need for cutting-edge digital printing solutions is at an all time high. Our solutions come as a reflection of our commitment to set new standards in this lucrative and demanding industry,” said Daisuke Mori, managing director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India. The five-city customer meet was flagged off from Kochi and has been organized in Delhi, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. In its Mumbai meet, Konica Minolta focused on reinforcing the success of its previous customer meet by bringing the best of solutions.

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