Ricoh commits to The Print Show
Ricoh has become the latest major name to sign up to exhibit at the inaugural edition of The Print Show, which is scheduled to take place on 13th-15th October at Birmingham’s NEC.
This newexhibition will provide an opportunity for companies in the UK and Ireland to view some of the latest print related technology whilst also discovering how they can become more profitable and efficient at the same time.
Since its launch in November last year, the event has already attracted a number of high-profile exhibitors, including ManrolandSheetfed, Grafityp and Premier Paper and the organiser, Link Exhibitions, anticipates that the current line-up will be joined by a number of other equally illustrious names during the spring and summer.
Ricoh has become the latest major name in the print sector to commit to the show by confirming its attendance on stand E37. Known as a key manufacturer of digital technologies, Ricoh will use the exhibition to introduce some of its roducts to a UK audience for the first time, including the Ricoh Pro C9100 series new generation of durable high volume digital presses, Ricoh Pro C7100 series of digital colour cut sheet presses, the Ricoh Pro C5100 digital production printer, and the Ricoh Pro L4100 series latex, roll-to-roll large-format printer.
Gareth Parker, Strategic Marketing Manager for Production Print at Ricoh UK and Ireland, explained his company’s rationale for selecting The Print Show as its favoured UK platform, saying:
“We’ve spent the last two or three years getting closer to our customers at small boutique events but now want to take the opportunity that The Print Show provides to take our message to a wider audience that may be captivated by other technology providers.”
In further support of the event’s commitment to the future of print, training and education organisation Proskills UK has signed up to exhibit through its popular PrintIT! Initiative that provides talented youngsters with a route into the industry through various learning initiatives and competitions.
For further information visit: www.theprintshow.co.uk