Madurai’s Imprinta to commission Fujifilm Revoria Press PC 1120 in April

Revoria Press PC 1120 garners excellent traction in the Indian market

Madurai’s Imprinta to commission Fujifilm Revoria Press PC 1120 in April
Priyatosh Kumar of Fujifilm shaking hands with P.M. Thyanesh of Imprinta at Pamex 2023 Photo: IPP

Madurai-based quick print service provider Imprinta, part of SSG Group, will commission a Fujifilm Revoria Press PC 1120 press in April, Priyatosh Kumar, head of the graphics art division, told Indian Printer and Publisher.

The deal was closed before Pamex. The press is on its way to Madurai and the installation will start soon. The commissioning is expected in early April. This will be the 23rd Revoria press in the Indian market,” Kumar said.

The Revoria Press PC 1120 is Fujifilm’s flagship product, which enables the printing of quality photo images. The press was launched a little over a year ago.

At Pamex, Fujifilm signed deals for two Revoria Press PC 1120. “The press has got great traction in the market in both the photo album and commercial printing segments. We hope to get more orders in the coming future,” he said.

Apart from displaying the Revoria Press PC 1120, Fujifilm launched the ZX Superia processless plates at Pamex 2023.  

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