Successful Inhouse Exhibition
1,600 visitors on the dokuTRENDS 2010 Hannover, March 10, 2010 also this year presented Ricoh Germany at the in-house exhibition innovations in the areas of Office solutions, consulting services and production printing dokuTRENDS 2010 in Hannover from March 3 to 5 again. Around 1,600 visitors, of which nearly 500 from the retail sector, took advantage of the extensive programme of trade fairs live presentations and future Office live tours, to learn extensively about individual solutions for the enterprise-wide printing and document management. Ricoh Germany opts for many years with its in-house exhibition customer proximity and qualified contacts. With success: 2010 dokuTRENDS with 1,600 prospects, customers, trading partners and journalists recorded a very positive resonance. On all three days of the fair, the guests of the company informed in the late evening hours of current trends and innovations in the digital and printed document. 2009 were approximately 1,200 trade visitors on the dokuTRENDS in Hanover. Opening of the printing Innovation Center is a highlight of the dokuTRENDS 2010 was the opening of the printing Innovation Center in Hanover.
Printing more innovation Center of Ricoh is located in Tokyo, London, Sydney and New Jersey. Here presented innovative solutions, high-performance systems and a variety of finishing options for digital production printing on more than 400 square meters of professionals from the graphic arts industry, from home printers and data centers, as well as other interested parties. The systems of the Pro line of Ricoh, which are used in the daily operations are a highlight. Via Web-to-print, printed in the printing Innovation Center in addition to invoices, service manual and operating instructions also regularly brochures, flyers, brochures, mailings and training materials, and processed. Customers and other interested parties can also, on-site printing files, test substrates and print workflows. Also Ricoh showed a solution for individual packaging printing in collaboration with Ernst Nagel for the first time.