DNP showcases V300 at LabelExpo India 2022

Company's main focus is the South Asian market

Senior sales managers Natsuki Yoshida and Joel Lau, with team at Labelexpo India. Photo PSA

Dai Nippon Printing (DNP), a Malaysia-based company, exhibited its wide range of resin ribbons, 300 (V300) for the first time at LabelExpo India 2022 show in Greater Noida.

DNP Group is one of the largest diversified printing and coating technology companies in the world with approximately 40,000 employees. It operates 58 plants in Japan and overseas, and its activities include commercial printing, packaging, decorative material, electronics, business forms, and information media supply.

Expanding printing technology has been a fundamental DNP policy since the 1950s, specifically in the photofinishing markets, the company has been the inventor of dye sublimation printing technology and is one of the largest manufacturers of dye sublimation thermal transfer media.

Expressing their excitement in attending the exhibition for the first time, Natsuki Yoshida, senior sales manager, DNP said, “Initially, we were nervous, but that changed quite soon as the footfall began. The audience is great, many of our partners to whom we supply are here. We got to meet them face to face for the first time.”

Today’s innovation is tomorrow’s basic,” said Joel Lau, senior sales manager, DNP. ”Our company supplies ribbons and coatings to numerous industries globally. Countries such as Thailand, the USA, and many European nations are our customers but our focus is on the South Asian market. We strive to keep our innovations up-to-date because the market is very dynamic as the needs keep changing. And when that happens, we want to be their first choice with our solutions,” he adds.

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