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Fujifilm to participate at virtual.drupa

FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) hereby announces its participation in the virtual.drupa event, to be held April 20th-23rd (https://virtual.drupa.com/). At this event, Fujifilm is looking to actively support print businesses as they transform and adapt to current industry challenges, and establish a leading role in shaping the future of the printing industry.

Under the slogan "NEVER STOP Believing in Print", Fujifilm is set to announce a number of groundbreaking new solutions. These include a new processless CTP plate, Superia ZX, which is set to offer significant improvements in printability (faster output, higher durability and improved robust scratch resistant) thanks to the development of next-generation technologies, and a new model of Jet Press 750S, which is already well established due to its ultra-high quality, colour stability and performance.

As announced already on March 31st, in order to accelerate the creation of group-wide synergies and offer even greater value to the global printing industry, Fujifilm's Graphic Systems Business Division and FUJIFILM Business Innovation's Graphic Communication Services Business Group will be integrated into a new Graphic Communication Business Division as of July 1st this year.

In order to introduce both companies' end-to-end solutions covering both conventional and digital printing*1, a new Fujifilm web site will be launched on April 20th, the first day of the virtual.drupa event, https://believinginprint.fujifilm.com. The site will contain the latest information from Fujifilm relating to the company's drive to contribute to the growth of the printing industry in both the commercial and package printing sectors.

*1 End-to-end delivery of production printers based on FUJIFILM Business Innovation's xerography technology, as well as Fujifilm's Jet Press inkjet digital press, wide format inkjet printers and digital presses for the packaging market.