Konica Minolta driving growth at Labelexpo
Konica Minolta will showcase the full label production cycle at Labelexpo in Brussels, Belgium, from 25-29 September with a stand offering that will underpin its commitment to customers and growing importance within industrial printing. Visitors will be in for some surprises.
At the show in Hall 8, stands C51 and C52, Konica Minolta will focus on products and solutions providing business efficiency and value improvement for commercial, label and industrial printing customers. The full cycle of a production of a label, from the reception of a file to the finished labels on rolls, will be demonstrated.
Konica Minolta’s proven digital toner-based technology is used extensively at customer sites across the world. With the bizhub PRESS C71cf Konica Minolta provides world-class service and support that is provided locally, along with delivery of parts and consumables. Finishing is provided on- or off-line.
Edoardo Cotichini, Team Manager Industrial Printing, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH, said: “Konica Minolta continues to develop its business in the industrial production print markets, with labels a key area for growth. Labelexpo will give us another important platform to demonstrate just how far we’ve come with our world-class technology since entering the labels market two years ago. Customer feedback has really helped shape our ideas and thinking. Visitors to our stand, which will be nearly three times the size of our last one in 2015, will be in for some surprises. They won’t be disappointed.”
As part of the racing car theme on Konica Minolta’s stand, visitors can experience virtual pit-stops through the production of a label. A Carrera slot racing car track will be on the booth where visitors will be able to compete and entertain themselves at certain times throughout the show.
Konica Minolta will be unveiling details of its latest news for the label sector at its Labelexpo press conference at 10:15 on Tuesday, September 26 in the „Auditorium 500“/press centre. Journalists are urged to register by contacting email@example.com