- May 15, 2008
VALHALLA, NY | Fujifilm is revealing the impact of several recent acquisitions at several industry events this spring, where the company will showcase the individual and collaborative offerings of FUJIFILM Graphic Systems, FUJIFILM Sericol and FUJIFILM Dimatix. Fujifilm says it is demonstrating that through its extensive portfolio of products and business solutions for printers of all sizes and markets, it has the flexibility to help customers maximize current investments while identifying emerging technologies that offer them new ways to increase revenue and profits.
Fujifilm will showcase the full portfolio of printing solutions and services, including traditional offset, digital wide-format inkjet, and numerous hybrid solutions, in its booth at several upcoming industry shows, including the IMI Ink Jet Conference April 14-18 in Denver, CO., and at global Drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany, May 29—June 11.
As graphic arts and printing enterprises of all sizes wrestle with the need to maximize existing capital investments whi
le at the same time offering their customers shorter print runs on custom orders, Fujifilm reports it has sought to establish itself as a preferred partner in delivering the right solutions. A few examples include the well-received introduction of the Fujifilm Vybrant series of solvent roll-to-roll printers with precision Fujifilm Dimatix Spectra print heads, and the Fujifilm Acuity HD2504 UV flatbed printer. The Vybrant and the Acuity systems are both optimized for the high quality, consistently brilliant inks created by FUJIFILM Sericol and sold/supported by FUJIFILM Sericol in the screen printing market, and by FUJIFILM Graphic Systems in the offset market.