Fujifilm at Printpack – Hall 9D, Stand H35 & 37

To show Revoria Press PC 1120 & Superia ZX offset plates

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Fujifilm will display Revoria Press PC 1120 at PrintPack India 2022 in Greater Noida Photo: Fujifilm
Fujifilm will display Revoria Press PC 1120 at PrintPack India 2022 in Greater Noida Photo: Fujifilm

Fujifilm, active in several fields of imaging with products for the graphic arts, packaging, healthcare, photo imaging, optical devices, and functional materials and other high-tech areas, in Hall 9D at PrintPack. It will display its digital press, Revoria Press PC 1120, its 6-color print engine launched last year in India.

A regular participant at PrintPack, Fujifilm will also focus on its Superia ZX, which is considered one the industry’s most advanced offset printing plates. It will also showcase its Flenex FW plates, for the water washable flexographic plate segment.

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Kentaro Imafuku, head of the Graphic Arts Business of Fujifilm India, says, “Since this is the first major trade event post Covid-19, for our industry, we expect decent footfalls for the event. The audience will range from all printing segments, including packaging, labels, general commercial printers, quick printers, photo labs, and digital signage customers.

“We see a very bright future for the overall industry and the Indian market. We already see substantial improvement in the overall business numbers post the Covid-19 meltdown. Packaging will continue to grow, as will the labels segment. There could be some consolidation in commercial printing, but more volumes will be generated in the short run where digital equipment will play a major role,” he concludes.

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