Fujifilm today announced that its primary US manufacturing complex, located in Greenwood, S.C., has begun using methane gas from a local community landfill to power approximately 40 percent of its operations. Company officials joined local government leaders and guests to celebrate the project’s completion at the Greenwood County Landfill. This is one of many steps Fujifilm Corp. is taking to reduce greenhouse emissions at its facilities worldwide. In the U.S., the company aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 15 percent by 2012.

At Print 09, FUJIFILM will highlight its approach to the integration between offset and digital printing and will give attendees a new look at workflow, demonstrating a wide range of new printing concepts, technologies, products and services, promising to put printers “In Control.”

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. (CGX) has streamlined its color management across several of its location, thanks to Fujifilm’s patented Taskero Universe, a groundbreaking suite of monitoring and analysis tools designed to increase profitability and reduce waste. CGX has implemented Taskero Universe at several sites and has found it to be “invaluable to management and to customers.”

In an effort to help customers streamline their workflow and improve color quality and consistency, Fujifilm Graphic Systems U.S.A., Inc. has selected the ColorGate RIP to drive all Fujifilm wide format devices.

Fujifilm Graphic Systems U.S.A., Inc. will demonstrate a number of solutions – as well as new equipment – for the digital printer when this year’s On Demand Conference & Expo takes places in Philadelphia on March 31-April 2, 2009.

Fujifilm Graphic Systems U.S.A., Inc. announced today an addition to the company’s family of printing plates for the newspaper segment. The Fujifilm Brillia LH-NN2 thermal plate, which is designed specifically for longer runs, is now available nationwide.

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