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EFI exhibits advanced printing products at DRUPA
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Jun '16
Courtesy: EFI
Courtesy: EFI
Global technology company EFI is exhibiting advanced digital production printing and workflow products for greater customisation and appeal in apparel and other industrial manufacturing at hall 9, stand A40 of the ongoing Drupa printing equipments exhibition being held in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Ended June 10, Drupa currently displays EFI products like EFI Nozomi C18000, LED inkjet corrugated packaging press; EFI Aquaendure, eco-friendly aqueous inkjet technology for use across many EFI platforms; and EFI Fiery XB digital front end (DFE) platform, blade server technology for ultra-high-speed inkjet presses.

It also showcases Fiery Navigator, cloud-based digital print management platform and EFI Corrugated Packaging Suite and the EFI Publication Suite, offering workflow systems for end-to-end production automation.

The exhibits are technologies developed with the focus of helping customers fuel their success with high efficiency and quality, streamlined automation and superior total cost of ownership.

“The focus EFI has placed in R&D to improve every part of the digital production chain results in a unique, breakthrough and innovative offering that we are very excited to present at the world's largest printing tradeshow,” Guy Gecht, CEO of EFI commented on the showcase.

“The breakthrough new platforms we are showing for the first time could be game changers for customers as the world moves from long runs to customised, on-demand manufacturing,” he added. (MCJ)

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