14 August 2012
Ricoh's biggest booth ever at Print World spotlights customer applications
TORONTO—Ricoh Canada is coming to Print World with the largest exhibit it has ever had in a Canadian printing show. The 3,600 sq. ft. space will primarily showcase applications and new opportunities for customers, complemented with hardware offerings from Ricoh’s broad product portfolio.
 
Ricoh has upgraded its floor space from its 2010 Print World outing by 70%, sending a signal that it is strengthening its focus and presence in the graphic arts industry and that it intends to become a leading supplier.



The Pro C901, one of Ricoh's flagship digital presses
 
Ricoh says it’s using the Print World stage to highlight its hardware,
software, and services offerings to present new business possibilities to its existing and prospective clients.

Equipment on the floor will include its new L4000 wide-format latex, aqueous device introduced at Drupa, and its flagship digital presses, the Pro C751 and Pro C901; but the key focus for the customer experience will be a wide selection of applications and the Total Flow workflow solutions including web to print, transpromo, variable data, and more.
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