Pamex 2023: Indot and Foto Flash reveal why it has invested in the Fujifilm Revoria

Chalakudy-based digital print specialist in Kerala, Indot Color World has five centres in Chennai and Pune, as well as multiple collection centres across Kerala. The company produces 200+ photo albums daily at each of its five operations.

30 Mar 2023 | By Noel D'Cunha

The Revoria PC1120, on display at the Fujifilm India stand at Pamex, will be installed at Foto Flash’s centre in Chennai

CP Sushilkumar, managing partner at Indot, said, “We are looking at something different, such as commercial printing, besides our photo album business. The Revoria PC1120 is a one-pass, six-colour print engine, and up to two special toners, such as gold, silver, clear, white, pink, and textured, can be used in addition to the basic CMYK toners. This will help us in our endeavour to look at markets other than photo albums.”

The Indot team with the Fujifilm team

Indot has a wide-format Fujifilm Aquity, and four HP Indigo presses. “With the Fujifilm Revoria press, we will hope to cater to a specific set of customers through the online portal we have recently launched, particularly with the special colours and effect printing,” said Sushilkumar.

Foto Flash, the Chennai-based company, is a photo specialist with multiple centres in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Chennai. The company has been bolstering its equipment and infrastructure with investments occasionally. The Revoria PC1120 press it has invested in is its second press within six months. The first was installed at the company’s centre in Vishakhapatnam.

The Foto Flash team with the Fujifilm team

The company has invested in HP Indigo, Konica Minolta, and Canon and has been working with these companies for a long time, catering to a different range of customers in photo albums and commercial print. “Fujifilm Revoria PC1120 brings a different dimension to our business. As an attractive marketing point to our end-users, the photographers, knowing that we have a 10-colour press, will give us an edge,” said S Ranjithkumar of Foto Flash.

Ranjithkumar also informed PrintWeek his experience with the Fujifilm Revoria he already had. “Reduced warm-up time means the machine is ready to print in five minutes, it’s an almost maintenance-free press, and is low on power consumption.

The Revoria PC1120, on display at the Fujifilm India stand at Pamex, will be installed at Foto Flash’s centre in Chennai. The firm has also committed to a third Revoria PC1120, which it hopes to install at its centre in Hyderabad, and will join the HP Indigo press.