After rival Xerox’s DRUPA pull-out, Fujifilm Europe has stepped up its involvement by taking up the offer of a fifth more space than it had in 2016.
The company says it had previously rebooked the 2020m2 stand it had in hall 8B.
Now a 20 per cent larger 2024 stand in a new location will accommodate a “much-expanded” digital production portfolio.
Graphic communications senior vice president Taku Ueno says the last few years have seen a real transformation across all market sectors, “and what better time and place than the world’s biggest global print exhibition to showcase these recent developments, together in one place for the first time.”
Two new commercial digital presses – the Revoria and ApeosPro ranges – join the high-speed Jet Press 750S (pictured), giving the company a full range of inkjet and toner solutions.
“And we’re still just getting started,” he says.
The Revoria Press models – showcased simultaneously at Sign & Print in Sweden, C!Print in Spain and The Print Show in the UK – will be joined by “other significant announcements” during DRUPA 2024.
“Fujifilm also remains a global leader in the manufacture and supply of technologies and consumables for analogue applications, whether that is offset, flexo or screen printing.
“Altogether, this all adds up to a lot to talk about and a lot of stand space needed.”