VIDEO: Konica Minolta’s Adam Todd discusses the AccurioLabel 400 at drupa

Konica Minolta Australia’s industrial print solutions consultant Adam Todd discusses the AccurioLabel 400 – now available with white ink.

Speaking with ProPack at drupa, Todd said the AL400 now available in white ink opens the up the market and applications for Konica Minolta’s customers in Australia.

“Built on the success of our AL230, which we actually have over 1500 installations globally, and over 20 in Australia, the AL400 comes now with white ink, which allows us to broaden the types of substrates that we can print on at a class leading speed of 40 metres a minute,” said Todd.

“White now has enabled us to be able to print on to clear substrates, metallic substrates, which opens up the market and the applications for our customers in Australia.”

Konica Minolta announced last month that it had recorded more than 200 sales at drupa. Its 2,400m² two-storey stand was the seventh largest at the show. The sales and support teams included representatives from Europe and countries worldwide, including Brazil, Korea, Iceland, South Africa, Japan, and Australia.

The company showcased comprehensive workflow solutions at drupa, highlighting toner, inkjet, embellishment, finishing, and label and packaging technologies.

Andrew Cocker, Konica Minolta Australia’s general manager — production and industrial print, said drupa 2024 was a “remarkable event”.

“The enthusiasm and positive feedback from our customers in Australia were truly inspiring, reaffirming our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions. This event has reinforced our belief in the bright future of print, where technology and creativity continue to drive progress,” said Cocker.

Chris O’Hara, Konica Minolta New Zealand national production print manager said drupa 2024 exceeded expectations, highlighting the strength and dynamism of Konica Minolta’s offerings.

“The response from the New Zealand market was phenomenal, and it was encouraging to see such high levels of interest and excitement for our latest advancements. We are excited to continue pushing boundaries and exploring new possibilities to better serve our customers,” said O’Hara.

To hear more from Konica Minolta’s Adam Todd discuss the AccurioLabel 400 click watch the video below

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