Toppan Printing rebrands as Toppan Inc.

Evolution of the brand represents Toppan’s expansion in the printing industry

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Toppan Printing rebrands as Toppan Inc.
Toppan Inc. has evolved to diversify into multiple sectors

Toppan Printing (Toppan) (TYO: 7911), a global leader in communication, security, packaging, décor materials, and electronics solutions, has changed its English company name from Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. to Toppan Inc. following a resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held on June 29. The brand’s evolution represents Toppan’s expansion beyond its traditional markets both in terms of business fields and geographical footprint.

“Toppan has a rich history of wide-ranging business based on cutting-edge printing technologies. This has enabled us to diversify into multiple sectors transcending the traditional boundaries of the printing industry and to expand into global markets on various fronts,” said Hideharu Maro, Toppan’s President & Representative Director. 

“Based on a key concept of ‘Digital & Sustainable Transformation,’ we now intend to further drive the Toppan brand globally as one representing a group providing multifaceted, end-to-end solutions to customers in all kinds of sectors and to the many different challenges faced by global society,” he added.

 

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