Graphics Canada EXHIBITOR UPDATE: Ricoh

Ricoh Pro C7110X.
Ricoh Pro C7110X.

Ricoh (Booth 5300) will be introducing several key solutions including a special colour for the Ricoh Pro C7100 X Series – its first 5-station digital colour production print system with the ability to print using Clear, White and now Neon Yellow Toner – which further expands its application range. Also showcased will be the Ricoh Pro C5200 Series featuring high-quality, low-cost output. These compact, digital MFPs combine high speeds with intuitive controls and can handle a wide range of media (up to 360 gsm paper weight and paper size up to 13” x 27.5”) without compromising convenience. Be sure to check out the Ricoh Pro 8200 Series of B&W multi-function production systems that provide best-in-class image quality at reliable high speeds – in addition to sharp output with precise registration across a wide range of media. The OEM will also be highlighting its complete end-to-end document production systems and a full suite of value-added finishing options.

Todd Cober.
Todd Cober.

Attend Ricoh’s Future of Print panel. Join Ricoh for a strategic discussion of the Future of Print where industry leaders will explore key trends from drupa 2016 – and how market and business forces are impacting our industry. How will the changing mix of toner, inkjet and offset print, and the digital evolution of workflow, affect the mix of solutions you offer to your customers? What should you be doing (or not doing) to be more successful? And where is the next generation of talent coming from – and how is that continuing to change? Panelists include Jamie Barbieri (President, Phipps Dickson Integra), Todd Cober (Vice President, Cober), Rich Pauptit (President, Flash Reproductions), and Sean Murray (President and CEO of Advocate Printing). The Panel Moderator will be Tony Karg (pictured previously), Director of Field & Channel Marketing at Ricoh Canada. The Future of Print Panel will take place Thursday, April 6 at 1 pm in Hall 5 in Graphics Canada’s Theatre 1.

Canada’s largest and longest-running showcase for the graphic communications and printing industry, Graphics Canada, will take place April 6-8, 2017 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario.

The biennial event, now in its 53rd year, features educational conferences, sponsored pavilions, workshops, other co-located events, and the latest technology, equipment and services from over 160 exhibitors.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.