Xeikon to showcase digital innovations at China Print 2021
Xeikon will showcase its latest technologies for multiple digital production applications at China Print 2021 from 23rd to 27th June 2021. At the event, Xeikon will demo its recently launched SIRIUS series for the graphic arts and commercial print markets.
“Xeikon is delighted to attend China Print in Beijing. After a difficult period due to Covid-19, we are looking forward to meeting the Chinese printing community and presenting our latest digital solutions at this exhibition. The Chinese market is ever expanding. We know that printers and converters are facing a diversity of challenges from their customers’ ever-growing needs and expectations for creative and unique products. Also, online ordering has increased the need for automation, higher quality colour controls and faster production speeds. With over 30 years of pioneering digital technologies, Xeikon has much to offer the Asian markets,” said Klaus Nielsen, Director and General Manager Xeikon Asia.
At China Print, Xeikon will be on hand to share its latest innovations and discuss which technology will fit best with each business, and, importantly, where companies can find growth by looking at end-use applications and current trends. Xeikon will highlight its comprehensive advisory service that includes a hotline for advice and guidance on ‘digital transformation’.
“Printers in China are looking for new digital solutions, new and innovative technologies, and new pathways forward to drive business growth. At China Print, we are further launching our UV inkjet product range to the Chinese market. This will give us a superior offering meeting the needs of printers in the durable and sustainable label space and positioning Xeikon as the only manufacturer with inkjet as well as dry toner offerings for multiple applications. At China Print 2021 Xeikon will be on hand to help printers move forward, stand out from the competition and secure their business for the future,” said Jackie Chen, Xeikon Sales Manager Greater China.