RTM-AP to display thermal transfer ribbons

Labelexpo India Stand F5

RTM-AP will showcase new grades of thermal transfer ribbons at Labelexpo India

Ricoh Thermal Media Asia Pacific (RTM-AP), a wholly owned subsidiary of Ricoh Company, Japan, will showcase new grades of thermal transfer ribbons at Labelexpo India. RTM-AP is a fully owned subsidiary responsible for thermal media and related business in India. RTM-AP began its operations in 2012 in Andheri, Mumbai.

The company will also display a new resin—TTR B120CG—that has higher receiving material adaptability to rough surfaces. B120CG offers high scratch, chemical and heat resistance. All grades have coating on the back that ensures reliable matching qualities with the thermal head. The company will be introducing its new grade of wax/resin B120BG, which is claimed to have better image density and sensitivity and is compatible with a wide range of receiving material.

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