Schiphol-Rijk, The Netherlands – 12 April 2021 – Kyocera will exhibit its debut inkjet production printing device, the TASKalfa Pro 15000c, at the inaugural edition of virtual.drupa, the world's leading trade show for print technologies between 20-23 April 2021, as it goes online for the very first time.
After last year’s cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic and, considering the ongoing situation across Europe, Drupa has announced that 2021 will see the inaugural virtual edition take place between 20-23 April 2021. Kyocera, a leading organisation in the document solutions industry, has earmarked virtual.drupa as the ideal platform to exhibit the TASKalfa Pro 15000c where there will be a strong focus on the benefits the device can provide for those in education.
At a time of tightening margins and even tighter deadlines, even the smallest pains can make a huge difference on bottom lines. Whether its problems with mixed-media processing for school brochures and leaflets or publishing houses missing out on sales opportunities because of an inability to meet short turnaround orders, these organisations continue to needlessly suffer when there now exists a ready-made solution.
The TASKalfa Pro 15000c brings affordable inkjet technology to the market to allow educational institutions from schools to universities to print mixed media in high quantities at high speeds and at a fraction of the price. Moreover, publishers can print large book orders on demand to give the option to print only when a sale is made or a copy is needed, rather than producing huge print jobs which eventually go to waste if demand doesn’t meet supply.
Through decades of experience in the industry, Kyocera’s latest innovation makes it possible to print quality and quantity. By providing the ability to mix media with high quality and quick speeds, the TASKalfa Pro 15000c provides an ideal solution.
This device represents Kyocera’s debut in the inkjet production printing market and represents the organisation’s ambition of merging the best of humanity and technology together to create a brighter tomorrow.
“virtual.drupa is a fitting stage to showcase the capabilities of the TASKalfa Pro 15000c to the world, particularly to those involved in education, a sector which clearly shares our commitment to creating a brighter tomorrow,” says Marcel Ebbenhorst, Production Print Manager at Kyocera Document Solutions Europe.
Kyocera will be hosting two special sessions during virtual.drupa 2021, focusing on the areas of transactional printing and direct mail. Attendees will also be able to schedule and enjoy personalised one-to-one sessions to discuss the many benefits the device will bring to their organisation, helping to print letters, theses, and provide finishing options for documents needed in the education industry.
“Educational institutions have some of the most varied print demands of any sector, that’s why it’s crucial to have a device as versatile and reliable as the TASKalfa Pro 15000c, which we’ll be presenting at virtual.drupa,” says Mr. Ebbenhorst. “With flexibility and long-life parts, theses, leaflets, work booklets and more can all be printed with ease. Connect with us online to find out more.”
virtual.drupa 2021 promises to be a spectacular online celebration of the print technology sector as the best minds and solutions in the business come together for four action-packed days.
The highlights of Kyocera’s participation include the following two webinars:
To register for virtual.drupa 2021 free of charge, or for more information about the event and Kyocera’s involvement, please visit the following link.