OKI Europe Ltd, exhibiting at drupa 2016, will be putting the spotlight on its portfolio of Graphic Arts printers including the newly-launched Pro6410 NeonColor printer.
Held in Düsseldorf, Germany, from May 31 to June 10, drupa attracts visitors from the printing industry and will this year become the platform for OKI to show off its latest innovations. OKI’s new Pro6410 NeonColor printer will take centre stage as its award-winning device with white toner and 5 colour technology.
Pamela Ghosal, General Manager Brand and Marketing Communications OKI Europe said, “we are extremely excited about this year’s drupa which promises to be an interesting platform for innovative printing technology, perfect for OKI’s powerful range of high-performance solutions for graphic arts and creative businesses.”
See our report of the launch at the beginning of the month.
In addition to the Pro6410 NeonColor, OKI Europe will also showcase its white toner printers, Pro7411WT and Pro9420WT together with the Pro9541 and Pro9542 5 colour printers. Plus, for the first time, OKI Europe will be showcasing its portfolio of large format inkjet printers targeting the signage and graphics markets as well as architecture, engineering and construction companies.
At the OKI Europe stand, visitors will see the ColorPainter range of wide format printers in action, producing items including banners, fleet and vehicle graphics as well as wallpaper, umbrellas, pop-up displays, floor and exhibition graphics.
Pamela added, “with a host of live product demonstrations on the OKI Europe stand, visitors will be able to see first-hand how OKI’s commitment to innovation can provide graphic arts and creative businesses with practical yet lucrative new revenue streams, by enabling them to print in-house what used to be lengthy and costly outsourced printing processes.”