Speaking to PrintWeek India, the company representative said, “The printers are user friendly. They are easy to operate and simple to use. These are ideal for office labelling, including filling, storage, asset tagging, barcode printing and labelling of the blood sample in pathology laboratories. We could not display the SurePress because of its size but we have highlighted the special features of the press.”
Besides the portable label printers, Epson also displayed its latest range of all-in-one inkjet printers, photo printers, professional graphic printers, document and photo scanners, dot matrix printers, multi-media projectors, bill printers and see through mobile viewer.
Meanwhile, on the Teacher’s Day (5 September), a delegation of over 30 printers from Delhi NCR attended the Epson roadshow powered by PrintWeek India at Taj Vivanta Hotel to discuss how they can be sure about the future of print.
The half-day seminar saw leading names of the printing industry such as Vikas Ghai of Sterling Printers, Anuj Bhargava of Kumar Labels, Dharamvir Jain of Paras Offset, Rakesh Bagai of Rakesh Press, Shobhit Bhargava of HBD Packaging, among several others, exchange ideas and concerns that plague the label and packaging printing industry.
In his inaugural address, Ramu Ramanthan, editor, PrintWeek India stressed on the need for conclusive statistical data and research about the printing and packaging industry in India. He shared some preliminary findings of the research conducted by PrintWeek India, which will be published by the end of the year.
Setting the tone of the discussion, SM Ram Prasad of Epson, shared technology stories from Epson. He started his presentation by re-defining how Epson is perceived and said that he prefers to call Epson as digital innovators. He noted that in last 10 years Epson’s industrial solutions' group (which also manufacturers machines for the printing and packaging industry) has been gaining lot of traction.
“Epson believes in automation of manufacturing and digitisation of digital printing," he stated. In his presentation, he also provided delegates a sneak-preview of the upcoming machines and technologies for the label and packaging printing industry from Epson.