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Once again Ricoh carries the weight at IPMEX 2017




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With new a product showcase that includes new printers, industry-leading Neon Yellow toner and Direct to Garment printer, Ricoh made its presence felt at the annual
International Printing, Paper, Packaging and Machinery Exhibition (IPMEX 2017).

The show draws on an established track record of attracting visitors from all over the world from a wide range of industries and backgrounds.

In line with the brand’s “imagine. change.” philosophy, Ricoh certainly did not fail to amaze yet again at the event, showcasing a variety of innovative products and solutions, allowing businesses greater productivity and bigger capabilities to redefine business output, the company said in a media release.

Among the highlights from Ricoh at the show included a showcase of its recently launched Pro 8200 mono series and the Pro C5200 colour series – both launched in March this year.

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Also featured was the brand’s commitment to surpassing boundaries with its Neon Yellow Toner and an introduction of its new Neon Pink Toner. Visitors to Ricoh’s showcase at the event also got sneak peek into the brand’s Direct to Garment (DTG) printers, said Alice Lee, Chief Operating Officer of Ricoh Malaysia.

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