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Konica Minolta to serve up Kodak at Print Show

Konica Minolta has announced that it will be demonstrating the new Kodak CREO Servers on its Accurio Press C2060 at The Print Show next week.

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Kodak CREO controllers can drive all of Konica Minolta mono presses

Visitors to the manufacturer’s stand will have the opportunity to see how Kodak CREO Servers can have a positive impact on digital presses, with both brands saying the solution can boost speed, quality and profit potential.

The IC-309m and IC-314 options will both be shown on the stand, with latter of these, the newer of the two, claiming to help streamline operations, boost quality levels and raise profitability.

Christoph Kuhlisch, group product manager at Konica Minolta, says: “Enhancing productivity and boosting profitability are key requirements in managing a successful printing operation.

“The IC-314 Print Controller and the Konica Minolta Accurio Press C2060/C2070/C2070P are a powerful solution for our customers to help manage a high-performance business with unprecedented quality.”

Enhancing productivity and boosting profitability are key requirements in managing a successful printing operation.

Ari Shapiro, worldwide sales director for Kodak Creo Servers, adds: “The latest products in our CREO Servers portfolio for Konica Minolta establish the importance of our ongoing collaboration and commitment to our customers and the print industry.

“The unique connectivity between our solutions drives the simplicity and quality control customers have come to expect from us as industry leaders. 

“The connectivity between Creo controllers and Konica Minolta digital presses is ideal for our customers’ very diverse production environments light or full, mono or colour, static or variable production.”

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