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OKI going for gold at FESPA 2018

OKI is to use is status as a ‘Gold Sponsor’ of this year’s FESPA Global Print Expo to enhance its presence in the market and showcase the capabilities of its kit to more industry professionals.

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OKI’s E64s will be one of various highlights on the company’s stand at FESPA 2018

From digital LED technology to large-format inkjet devices, OKI will be looking to appeal to as many visitors as possible at the event, which takes place in Berlin, Germany, from May 15th to 18th.

The company has set a target of showcasing how its machines can help printing and sign-making companies boost revenue, with the OKI stand to feature a host of products for indoor and outdoor applications. These will range from small labels and price tags, right through to banners, wallpaper, car wrapping, and billboards.

Rob Brown, head of industry print, North West Region, OKI Europe, comments: “We are delighted to continue our annual attendance of FESPA as a Gold Partner. This year the OKI stand will be ‘Alive With Colour’, providing fresh inspiration for print businesses of all types on how to access new revenue opportunities.

This year the OKI stand will be ‘Alive With Colour’, providing fresh inspiration for print businesses of all types on how to access new revenue opportunities

“We are particularly excited to preview the innovative upcoming addition to our professional print portfolio and demonstrate the advanced capabilities of our Pro9000 Series Envelope Print System.”

The Pro9000, designed for short-run envelope printing, will be one of a series of highlights on the OKI stand. Larger-format kit scheduled to make an appearance in Germany includes the popular ColorPainter E-64s and the ColorPainter M-64s.

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