Kodak India plans elaborate presence at Printpack 2019

Printpack 2019, Hall 1, Stand A-13

Kodak India

At the upcoming Printpack 2019, Kodak India will be showcasing the full range of its solutions. For Kodak, Printpack India has always been a key show and one that it continues to be associated with.

In offset prepress, Kodak will present its CtP portfolio along with a wide gamut of printing plates, with special focus on the future of offset prepress – Kodak SONORA Process Free plates. In flexographic prepress, Kodak will present the established Kodak FLEXCEL NX solution that is enabling benefits to flexible printing partners the world over.

Workflow being the heart of prepress, the company will expand conversation on Kodak Prinergy Cloud and the benefits that can be unlocked with investments in the latest in workflow solutions. Kodak will also highlight the strength of its electrophotographic digital printing technologies with the Kodak NexPress platform. Kodak Prosper Inkjet Imprinting technology will also be showcased as well.

Across all solutions, Kodak will display real samples and real benefits that its customers have experienced by choosing Kodak solutions. There will be live demos of Prinergy Cloud and workflow solutions too.

Kodak is looking forward to meeting its customers as well as those looking to grow their print businesses sustainably and profitably in a competitive environment.

The company will be present in Hall 1, Stand A-13.

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