drupa 2012 Media Event Offers Preview of Leading Exhibitors’ Plans for the Expo

DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY—The official drupa 2012 International Media Conference, conducted by the show’s organizers, has been taking place this week in Düsseldorf, Germany. It gives participating exhibitors the opportunity to share their plans for the upcoming international printing expo. Among the companies to making presentations during the first two days were Heidelberg, Ricoh, Kolbus, Epson, Canon, Fujifilm, Pitney Bowes and Domino Printing Sciences.

The following are the drupa overview announcements provided by each of those vendors:

Heidelberg to Present a New Sheetfed Offset Press Series at drupa
Heidelberg will be showcasing around 60 innovations under the motto “Discover HEI” in Hall 1, with main focus being its launch of a completely new series of sheetfed offset presses under the name Speedmaster SX. This series combines the cutting-edge technology of existing product series in a new performance class that is tailored first and foremost to the requirements of commercial printing in order to meet the changed market requirements. More..

Ricoh to Focus on Helping Printers to Transform and Thrive at drupa 2012
Ricoh’s presence at drupa 2012 will be its biggest yet. Visitors to its stand will see its extensive portfolio of software and hardware, suitable for print service providers that are growing their business beyond print, or expanding into marketing and communications services. Solutions highlighted will include the Ricoh TotalFlow portfolio, Ricoh Pro C901 Graphic Arts Edition and Pro C751 color cut-sheet presses, and the InfoPrint 5000 VP full-color continuous feed platform. More…

For Kolbus Technologies, the Future is Multi-Facetted
The Kolbus drupa stand will be over 2,000 m². “Simply Press Book” is the company’s answer for new and profitable business in the growth area of digital book production. From Book and Inkjet to the Bookjet will be a key concept in digital post-print processing presented by Kolbus. The large-format, inkjet digital printing press is based on a Timsons T-Press. More…

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