Fujifilm Europe announced the launch of Fujifilm Superia, an integrated product offering that gives commercial printers the ability to make significant resource savings across five core areas of offset print production – materials, labour, energy, environment and water. The new solution pulls together the power of Fujifilm’s offset product portfolio, incorporating its XMF workflow, CtP systems, and plates and pressroom chemistry to provide a mechanism for offset printers to minimize resources and maximize efficiency and profitability.
Superia can minimize the waste associated with paper and ink, thereby reducing the overall cost. Other materials, including prepress chemistry and pressroom consumables, can also be minimized. Moreover, Superia provides an opportunity to minimize energy usage with the adoption of Fujifilm’s process-less plates. With this new printing solution, there are opportunities to minimize the discharge of chemical waste and exhaust gases that help protect the environment and reduce costs.
Graham Leeson, head of communications – graphic systems of Fujifilm Europe said, “As commercial printing continues to become more and more competitive, printers need to finetune their businesses to extract maximum efficiencies and profitability from the offset production process. By combining Fujifilm’s advanced offset solutions with our extensive knowledge of print production, our integrated Superia offering will help printers unlock greater resource savings to enhance their profitability.”
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