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Ricoh to showcase innovative printing solutions and its largest portfolio to date for new business models in digital printing at drupa 2020

Ricoh will be showcasing its most comprehensive portfolio of versatile solutions to date at drupa 2020 and, under the motto "Love The Way Ahead", will show print service providers how they can successfully evolve with new and innovative business models in digital printing. The world's largest trade fair for the printing industry will take place from 16 to 26 June 2020 at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre.

Covering 1800 square meters in Hall 8a, Ricoh will encourage print service providers to embrace Henkaku, the Japanese vision of innovative change. Ricoh will show how they can use cutting-edge technology and innovative thinking to support change and growth in digital printing.
It will showcase leading solutions that support this approach and represent the long history of Ricoh's collaborative development:
the high-speed continuous inkjet printing platform Pro™ VC70000. Technologies developed by Ricoh include the award-winning dryer, for which 43 patents have been granted, and new inks for printing in the extended colour gamut.
The expanded applications of the improved single-sheet colour printers Pro™ C7200 and Pro™ C9200 with new paper handling options.
The latest versions of Ricoh ProcessDirector and Ricoh Supervisor. Both software solutions are designed to optimize production, with a studio workflow that accurately maps how efficiency is increased.
Also on show will be the highly popular Ricoh solutions for commercial and industrial printing. These include the Buyers Lab Award winning ProTM L5160 large format production printing system with two CMYK options and the versatile SGIA Award winning Ri 1000 direct textile printer (DTG). Together with other new developments to be announced, these solutions demonstrate Ricoh's commitment to innovative change in the printing industry. This includes innovative research and development to help print service providers secure their print production for the future.
In dedicated areas of the stand, Ricoh will present practical applications from a wide range of its systems to give users new and creative inspiration. In addition, a continuous end-to-end workflow will provide insight into optimal production capabilities in real time.
"Since last year's drupa, we have significantly expanded our portfolio of services and solutions. Our aim is to help creative print service providers, industrial printers and commercial printers redesign their production processes to better meet the growing needs of their customers," says Eef de Ridder, Vice President, Commercial and Industrial Printing Group, Ricoh Europe. "Today, this includes virtually everything from high-speed colour inkjet printing to versatile, advanced sheet-fed printing technologies, powerful and flexible large-format latex solutions and easy-to-integrate direct textile printing systems. They all benefit from our carefully selected package of software solutions that simplify, optimise and smoothly manage today's increasingly diverse production processes."
"With these solutions, together with our knowledge and expertise, we can help print service providers shape their successful future, create new opportunities, penetrate new markets, address production challenges and accelerate their processes. We want to support them in their successful transformation in every way so that they can develop further under the motto "Love The Way Ahead". We want to help them grow by using practical solutions with groundbreaking technologies. We look forward to showcasing this at drupa."




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