Konica Minolta forays into Industrial Printing category; sales at Drupa increases

Konica Minolta (KM) saw successful sales at Drupa 2016, world’s largest printing equipment exhibition. Around 260,000 visitors attended Drupa this year. Even though this was fewer than at Drupa 2012, Konica Minolta witnessed an increase of about 25% more visitors at its stall. A major focus at Konica Minolta’s 2,400 sq. m. booth was the AccurioJet KM-1, making its debut as a commercially accessible product. Throughout Drupa, AccurioJet KM-1 drew attention of visitors all eager to learn the utility and commercial viability of the product. The first two orders came from a list of prospects for the AccurioJet KM-1 were confirmed during the exhibition – from U.S. companies Postcard Mania and Cohber Press. These

Moreover, Konica Minolta’s leadership in the mid-production colour printing segment was strengthened as customers from across the world preferred to invest in Konica Minolta printing systems and software. Apart from the output devices and print embellishment technologies, KM also exhibited a range of solutions under Accurio Pro Portfolio of workflow software solutions for the customers to be more prolific and beneficial.

Mr. Yuji Nakata, MD Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt Ltd, remarked: “The Drupa 2016 has been a great platform for us to demonstrate that we deliver the right and have a very strong R&D to constantly innovate for our customers. The exhibition has pushed Konica Minolta from being a market leader- in commercial printing and in publishing to now being recognised as one of a few select companies operating right at the forefront in the exciting world of industrial printing and pushing on towards new horizons.”

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