Global Graphics KK is getting the year off to
a flying start by exhibiting an expanded range of digital printing solutions
at Page 2018 in Tokyo, which starts today and runs until 9th
February. Page is Japan’s largest printing and media exhibition
and is now in its 31st
Global Graphics’ Tokyo team (booth D-37)
will use the event to introduce new technology innovations for the Japanese
market and to stage technical demonstrations. The full range of
solutions available from Global Graphics companies will be on display for
the first time. Highlights include:
- Global Graphics Software: Mako™, a new technology
for combining and converting files for prepress applications and increasingly
used at the front end of Harlequin® workflows; ScreenPro™, a screening
engine that vastly improves inkjet output quality; and, the Harlequin RIP®for
high-speed inkjet processing,
type foundry: with its range of Japanese and global fonts,
Inkjet: printhead driver systems
for all the major printheads used for industrial inkjet printing such as
ceramics, textiles and packaging,
- Technology partner HYBRID Software: PACKZ,
a complete set of prepress, editing and quality assurance-functions.
Page exhibition is our most important commercial event of the year”, says
Yoshiyuki Hagiwara, director at Global Graphics KK. “We enjoy amazing
support from our customers who attend our product update sessions. It’s
also a great venue at which to forge new customer relationships.”
Global Graphics opened an office in Tokyo
in 2003 since when it has gone from strength to strength. Customers
include Roland DG Corporate, Casio, Fuji Xerox and Think Laboratories.
For the financial year ended 31 December 2016, sales from Asia amounted
to Euros 5.8 million.
About Global Graphics PLC
Through its operating subsidiaries, Global
Graphics PLC Euronext:GLOG) http://www.globalgraphics.com
is a leading developer of platforms for digital inkjet printing and type
design and development. Customers for digital inkjet technology include
press manufacturers such as HP, Canon, Durst and Roland. Those for
font design include numerous international brands, from manufacturers such
as Mercedes Benz and Siemens, to digital media and epublishing companies.
Global Graphics PLC is headquartered in Cambridge
UK. Its subsidiary companies are printing software developers Global
Graphics Software; the type foundry, URW++
Design and Development GmbH,
the industrial printhead driver solutions specialists, Meteor
has offices in: Florida, US; Tokyo, Japan; and Hamburg, Germany.
Global Graphics is a trademark of Global
Graphics PLC which may be registered in certain jurisdictions. All other
brand and product names are the registered trademarks or trademarks of
their respective owners.