Japanese tech company, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia, recently launched its new customer engagement centre in Singapore.
The centre, which spans at 5,600 square foot, will drive, promote and cater to the industrial printing needs across Singapore and other Southeast Asian markets.
It will do so by showcasing the latest digital print technologies and processes such as varnishing, foil stamping, glitter and holographic effects.
Customers can also test and view the versatility of the print applications at the centre. They can create book jackets, direct mails and cards using decorative embellishments, labels and metallic colours depending on their choice, according to the company.
"The industrial printing market is estimated at US $450 billion globally, and Asia is one of the world's fastest growing markets," said Tadayuki Funakura, managing director, Konica Minolta BSA.
He added: "Being a digital company, Konica Minolta aims to deliver new value to the printing industry and will be working with customers to help them explore opportunities [as well as] boost their revenue through higher value print services by being closer to customer in this region."
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