Fujifilm India’s full range on show at Printpack

Commitment to market all graphic arts products in India

Fujifilm India’s full range on show at Printpack
Left to Right - Priyatosh Kumar, National Business head, Digital Printing, Fujifilm India Koji Wada, managing director, Fujifilm India Kentaro Imafuku, head of Division, Graphic Arts, Fujifilm India

Fujifilm displayed its digital and analog products at Printpack emphasizing its commitment to the graphic arts industry. Apart from its recently launched Revoria PC 1120 digital press it showed the new processless Superia ZX CtP offset plates and its water-washable Flenex flexographic plates. 

On our brief visit to the Fujifilm stand at the show we met with Koji Wada, managing director of Fujifilm India, Kentaro Imafuku, head of Division, Graphic Arts, Fujifilm India, and Priyatosh Kumar the head of the company’s digital printing business in India. National Business head, Digital Printing, Fujifilm India. Fujifilm India has made steady progress in the market with its Revoria digital press since its launch in December 2021. 

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The Revoria PC 1120 is a 6-color press that targets the higher end of the market with its high-quality, special color capabilities and its high speed of 120 pages per minute. It supports a broad range of stocks from 52 gsm lightweight to 400gsm papers. While Fujifilm has thus far installed about half a dozen presses in the past five months, many of these have gone to high-end customers. With the economy opening up and the in-person displays and networking of the current trade show, the company expects a significant rise in its digital press sales.

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