Fujifilm backs Sign and Graphic Imaging show
Dubai, July 21, 2009
Fujifilm Sericol, a leader in inks for inkjet, screen, and narrow web print markets, has pledged support for 'Sign and Graphic Imaging Middle East' (SGI) 2010, the region’s leading trade show for the graphics industry, for the third consecutive year.
Following its successful participation at the two most recent editions of the event, Fujifilm will return to the show once again when it takes place at Dubai Airport Expo, from January 25 to 27 next year.
“SGI has been the benchmark exhibition for the digital advances which we cater for in the graphics industry. This event is the biggest gateway for Fujifilm Sericol and Al Aoun Digital Solutions to promote our entire portfolio of products and build stronger customer relations,” said Tarek Albannan, general manager, Gulf Region, Fujifilm Sericol.
According to Albannan, participating at SGI will enable the firm to increase its market share and showcase its full range of digital print solutions.
New technology and innovation is also a top priority for the company. “The most interesting technology that we look forward to seeing at the show is the UV printing technology trends. We are also interested in learning about high-end and high productivity digital printers and water-based inks/substrates,” Albannan said.
“SGI has always attracted leaders in the graphics industry and we are especially pleased to be welcoming back such a well known brand as Fujifilm Sericol for the 2010 edition of the show,” said Abdul Rehman Falaknaz, president of International Expo Consults, organisers of the show.
Fujifilm Sericol will be in good company at the show. Gandi Innovations, Hewlett Packard, EFI Vutek and Verseidag Indutex have already committed to exhibit at the event in January, he added.
'SGI 2010' will showcase the latest products and emerging technologies from the industries of Advertising, Architectural Hardware, Banners & Posters, Digital Imaging, Electronic Message Centres, Electronic Signage, Graphic Imaging, Graphic Services, Large Format Printing, and Signage.
SGI 2010 will focus on more visibility and branding opportunities for exhibitors adding to their overall exposure at the show. The show is supported by the Advertising Section of Dubai Municipality.-TradeArabia News Service
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