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Ricoh set to show PSPs how to Love The Way Ahead

Nov '19
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Ricoh is set to show Print Service Providers (PSPs) how to Love The Way Ahead and enjoy a successful transformative print journey by presenting its biggest ever portfolio of versatile solutions at Drupa 2020. The world’s largest printing trade show will run from June 16-26, 2020 at Messe Düsseldorf, Germany, where Ricoh will be occupying 1800 sqm of space.

Ricoh will also encourage PSPs to embrace Henkaku (the Japanese vision for innovative change) by highlighting ways they can apply pioneering technology and innovative thinking to support evolution and growth.

Leading solutions on show that deliver on this emboldened mindset and demonstrate Ricoh’s long history of collaborative development, will include the Pro VC70000 high speed inkjet press, expanded application benefits of the enhanced Pro C7200 and Pro C9200 sheetfed colour presses that feature new paper handling capabilities and latest version of Ricoh ProcessDirector, plus Ricoh Supervisor.

Both Ricoh ProcessDirector and Ricoh Supervisor software solutions are designed to streamline production while a solutions studio workflow will detail how they elevate efficiency.

Ricoh’s hugely popular commercial and industrial solutions will also be on show, including the Buyers Lab award winning ProTM L5160 dual CMYK large format production printer and the versatile SGIA award winning Ri 1000 direct to garment printer. These, together with some new developments still under wraps, will demonstrate a credible commitment to transformational innovation.

Dedicated zones will feature real life applications from a wide array of Ricoh systems delivering inspiration around the imaginative creativity possible. A live end-to-end workflow will provide real time insight into optimum production possibilities.

“Since last Drupa our portfolio of services and solutions has been significantly expanded to support creative print service providers, industrial printers and sign and display specialists, as they transform their operations to meet the increasingly broad requirements of their clients,” said Eef De Ridder, vice president, commercial and industrial printing group, Ricoh Europe. “It now includes everything from productive high-speed colour inkjet and versatile enhanced sheetfed technologies to responsive large format latex and flexible wide format solutions, as well as simple to integrate Direct to Garment (DTG) systems. All are supported by our carefully curated suite of software solutions designed to simplify, streamline and smoothly manage today’s increasingly diverse production workflow.

“With all of these, and by applying our knowledge and insight, we can help PSPs shape their successful future, create new opportunities, access new markets, overcome production challenges and speed up processes. We want to fully support their successful print journeys so they can Love The Way Ahead. We want to help them thrive using real world solutions with game-changing technologies. We look forward to demonstrating that at Drupa.”

Ricoh is empowering digital workplaces using innovative technologies and services enabling individuals to work smarter. For more than 80 years. Ricoh has been driving innovation and is a leading provider of document management solutions, IT services, communication services, commercial and industrial printing, digital cameras, and industrial systems. Headquartered in Tokyo, Ricoh Group operates in approximately 200 countries and regions.

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