Komori at drupa

Komori Corporation will be taking a considerable stand at drupa this year –  Hall 15/E02.

Delivering Kando ‘beyond expectations’ by contributing to society with print technology, Komori has cultivated printing technology for over 100 years, expanding the possibilities of paper and electronic media. They will show solutions that support society and create Kando with value that is a step beyond expectations.

Komori champions ‘Connected Automation’ as a proactive strategy for success. Connected Automation entails linking all equipment within printing facilities to achieve enhanced visibility, automation, and efficiency in production processes. This comprehensive approach optimizes workflows, bolstering productivity and profitability in turn.

Furthermore, Komori advocates for environmentally conscious printing practices, encompassing automated quality inspections, robotic logistics, energy conservation, and technologies aimed at minimising paper waste. These initiatives collectively contribute to the establishment of smart factories that prioritise both people and the environment.

For carton printing, the company will demonstrate the Lithrone GX40 advance, showing a variety of technologies integrated into a single pass. The press will have double coating capability as well as Komori’s Super Short Makeready and Smart Color features that lower makeready waste and help solve print problems. Reducing makeready, waste and power consumption support sustainable efforts.

The company will unveil its latest models of offset printing presses boasting energy-efficient designs and user-friendly interfaces. Additionally, the company will introduce the new J-throne 29 B2 Sheetfed UV Inkjet Digital Printing Press for commercial print.

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