Indian printer for Dubai signage show
Dubai, January 6, 2010
ColorJet India, the only manufacturer of large format solvent printers from India, will take part in an upcoming sign and graphic imaging show in Dubai.
The 12th edition of Sign & Graphic Imaging (SGI) Middle East will run from January 25 to 27 at the Dubai Airport Expo.
Having participated in a number of domestic Indian shows, Colorjet India attended AD & Sign Expo, Shanghai July 2009 and now SGI Middle East in Dubai.
Colorjet differentiates itself with stability and features a strong R&D department with multiple large format solvent printers developed and released in a short space of time, a statement said.
On display at SGI Middle East will be the ColorJet Neptune – a 3.2 metre LFP (large format printer) based on Konica Minolta print heads targeting customers who already own a solvent printer, and intending to expand into high quality solvent printers for outdoor applications.
The ColorJet IRIS is a 32 metre LFP based on Xaar electron print heads for customers wishing to invest in economical high speed printers.
Other industry leaders already confirmed for SGI 2010 include Fujifilm Sericol, Hewlett Packard, Gandi Innovations, EFI Vutek , Giffin Graphics, Verseidag Indutex, etc.
“SGI 2010 is the ideal venue to develop quality partnerships, exchange ideas and review new technologies in signage solutions,” said Patrick Gauvain, MD Shrimp Asia, Bangkok & Dubai – a design and communications firm specialising in brand development, creative concepts and signage solutions, which is visiting SGI for the first time in 2010.
SGI 2010 will showcase the latest products and emerging technologies from the industries of advertising, architectural hardware, banners and posters, digital imaging, electronic message centres, electronic signage, graphic imaging, graphic services, large format printing, and signage. – TradeArabia News Service
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