[China Print 2013]: Kodak showcases range of digital solutions

By 16 May 2013

Kodak is showcasing a range of digital print solutions at the show and has partnered with more than 10 companies to launch new applications. Kodak drives the restructuring to focus on the commercial and transactional, publishing, packaging, and enterprise management segments.


Lois Lebegue, managing director of Asia Pacific Region, Eastman Kodak Company, said, “In the past year, Kodak Asia-Pacific business maintained a fast growth in the commercial and transactional, publishing, packaging, and enterprise management segments.” Lebegue further added that, “Kodak’s complete solution and service portfolio helps our customer to provide the value-added services to their customers and grow their business.”

Kodak Prosper 1000 Press, a monochrome digital inkjet press and Kodak Nexpress SX3300 digital colour press is on display at the show. Kodak Nexpress SX3300 which was launched in 2011 targets the commercial printing, personalised imaging product market, and a variety of labels.

Kodak also displayed Paper Rating Program and optional Image Optimizer Station wherein customers can choose Kodak’s prequalified papers or treat any off-the-shelf paper for more flexible application options.

In the pre-press solution for digital, Kodak showcased Kodak Trendsetter 1600 Platesetter, Kodak Flexcel Direct System which provides direct laser engraving for flexographic sleeve production, Kodak  Achieve All-in-One CTP System and Kodak Sonora XP Process Free plates.

In addition to the solutions above, Kodak also shows the security, service and support solutions. The Kodak stand at the show highlights collaboration with more than 30 key partners, including Taiyo, Dragon and Konica Minolta, to create targeted solutions across all markets.



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