As a “warm-up” towards 2020 with drupa and the Tokyo Olympic Games, Komori International Europe organized a two-days event welcoming over 300 visitors in the Komori Graphic Center -Europe (KGC-E). With live demonstrations on all showroom presses, break-out sessions on various topics and high profile guest speakers, Komori was able to make a link between sports and winning solutions.
Marketing manager Peter Minis: "That was above our expectations. Our guests came from all over the European region and beyond. They were interested in the latest technical developments and curious about what Komori will be highlighting during drupa next year. Aiming at these specific requests, we organized special break-out sessions to reveal some additional details about the new Komori Impremia NS40 which will be shown in Dusseldorf next year”. Samples produced on the prototype of this revolutionary digital press were already on display during this session and where critically examined. The responses were promising. In addition to this scoop, much attention was paid to the printed matter produced during the demonstrations on the offset printing presses and the digital printing press Impremia IS29. And not only the quality of the printed matter itself, but also the finishing options received ample attention. In addition, a number of industry partners with their own information stand were also present. They provided even more knowledge sharing and interaction during the networking moments. That completed our annual Autumn Open House together with the performance of the two former top athletes Robert Doornbos and Mark Tuitert. "
Komori is currently in the process of making a “sprint” to the future with an expanding portfolio in Offset, Digital and Post-press equipment. Together with a wide range of K-Supply and KomoriKare products, Komori is convinced to offer the market “healthy” and “winning” solutions.