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Komori Shows Graph Expo 2015 Attendees How to “DoMore

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Rolling Meadows, IL - In the Komori America booth #1248 in McCormick Place South Hall at Graph Expo 2015, print providers will learn how Komori can help them do more. “DoMore” is Komori’s new marketing campaign, reflective of the company’s business philosophy.   

“With the industry changing so rapidly it’s important that we take a consultative approach with our customers and help them achieve their business goals. It’s not about selling a press anymore—it’s about providing the tools our customers need to support their own customers and grow their businesses,” said Susan Baines, director of marketing for Komori.

Komori will have experts in the booth to consult Graph Expo attendees as to how they can “DoMore” as it relates to offset productivity from packaging to web offset printing in addition to effective ways to incorporate high speed and high quality inkjet print production. Methods to improve pressroom productivity through Komori’s KomoriKare suite of products and services will also be demonstrated. “Komori’s goal is to always help our customers ‘DoMore’ and we’re looking forward to visiting with attendees during Graph Expo to learn their challenges and explore with them how to step up their business to the next level,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of sales for Komori.

With IGAS running concurrently with Graph Expo, many new technologies are making their debut at IGAS prior to drupa 2016. Komori has spent several years developing new products in addition to refining its offset line. “We have developed new software integration tools and partnered with many manufacturers to develop a strong digital portfolio,” said Komori America President and COO Kosh Miyao. “Komori has always had the foresight to keep ahead of market trends and when you couple that with our financial strength we’re in a powerful position to change the face of print.”

“We have solid opportunities in the currency and securities printing markets and the packaging market with our new GLX40 press. Additionally, we’re taking a more global approach to our business,” Miyao continues. “We are adding finishing equipment, digital equipment and growing the expertise we need to expand into these new markets. It’s a great time for print providers to take a look at Komori. We’re anticipating a great Graph Expo 2015.”

 

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