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Published : Screen Print India Magazine / December 2016

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Published : Print Week India / 20th November 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India Conferred “STALL OF THE DAY ” For the Second Consecutive time in LABEL EXPO 2016 Exhibition | 20 November 2016

For the second consecutive time, Fujifilm Sericol India has been conferred Stall of the day by Print Week India Magazine’s survey at Screen Print India Exhibition. This is in competition with more than 200 Exhibitors with global presence.

The survey is based on the appearance, structure, information, ease of understanding of content and how well the Exhibition Stall showcases its products and meets expectations of the visitors.
“The input from our visitors is key in the continuous development of our stall. Since user expectations and demands are increasing, we are of course honored to be featured in “Stall of the day” column this year”, says Baibhav Nath, responsible for external communication at Fujifilm Sericol.

Link : http://www.printweek.in/news/stall-day-fujifilm-sericol-22636

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Published: Print Week India / 7th July 2015

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Fujifilm Sericol can produce inks that can print onto ‘virtually anything’ with its range of solvent-based screen, digital, flexo and offset inks. Today, the facility in Sanaswadi is equipped with a colour management laboratory with spectrophotometer and formulation software along with a central warehouse. Mugdha Gangoli and Priya Raju travel 30kms from Pune to the smart factory built on the 3.5 acre land, and learn the impact ink has on all types of industrial, textiles, ceramics and label applications.

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Published: SPAI (Screen Printer’s Association of India)

FUJIFILM Sericol India Pvt Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Sericol International Ltd., UK, with its plant at Sanaswadi, near Pune, in Maharashtra, offers a range of screen products encompassing a wide gamut of applications that include signs, POP displays, vehicle graphics, automotive panels, graphic overlays, credit cards, optical discs, garments and container decoration. Read more

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Published: Print week / 3 August 2015

The Dhirubhai Mistry Institute for Print Education, Research, and Training (DMI), an industry initiative of the screen printing machinery manufacturer Grafica Flextronica, has organised a print workshop on 3-5 August 2015. Read more

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Published: Print week / 30 July 2015

At the Fujifilm stall, the highlight was its Acuity LED 1600 and Acuity EY. “We showcased the best-in-class solutions for wide-format printing at Media Expo 2015,” said Rekha Bhagwat of Fujifilm India. Read more

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Published: Print Week / 29 October 2014

Ink specialist Fujifilm Sericol, have an aesthetically pleasing stall where they are displaying their latest ink solutions including Uvivid Flexo JD, Rotary RN and Screen CN under the theme of ‘More than inks…solutions’. Read more

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22 September 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India launches color+ KSO ink for Konica Minolta KM 512i print head

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6 May 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India launches Smart UV ink

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17 March 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India launches Seritrans TA006 ink

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15 January 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India launches color+ CI ink

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Uvivid Flexo JD inks …. Quality with flawless precision | 1 June 2016

Label printing is a complex business that typically uses multiple print and conversion processes to create a highly engineered technical product. Inks and other materials used for label printing can have a dramatic effect on the efficiency of the process, the cost of production, and the quality of the output. Fujifilm offer a comprehensive range of inks and associated products that are specifically designed tomaximise throughput and simplify the production process. Read more

Fujifilm Sericol India introduces “ Smart UV ink technology” – designed to transform productivity of Decal Screen Printing to a new level!! | 8 May 2016

Mumbai, India – Fujifilm Sericol India once again proved its extensive expertise in innovative Screen printing technology at Screen Print India 2016 Expo, with the launch of its new “Smart UV Patented Ink Technology”, designed to improve productivity and efficiency of Decal Screen Printing.Read more

Fujifilm Sericol to showcase Dirasol 25 Emulsion in Screen Print India 2015 expo | 26 April 2016

Fujifilm Sericol today announces that it will showcase a range of advanced Dirasol Emulsions for textile printing applications at Screen Print India 2016 exhibition (6th –8th May 2016, Mumbai) Read more

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Fujifilm Sericol Launches Seritrans TA 006 inks for Tagless Label printing | 17th March 2016

Fujifilm Sericol India announced the addition of new water based ink called Seritrans TA 006 to its range of premium textile screen printing inks, which is designed for litho backup transfer printing. Read more

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Color+ ESW : Flawless digital printing | 12 February 2016

In recent years, demand for ecologically friendly inks has greatly increased in the Indian market due to rising concerns of health and environmental issues. Read more

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Fujifilm Sericol launched color+ CI ink at Media Expo 2016 | 15 January 2016

FUJIFILM Sericol today announces the highly anticipated launch of the new color+ CI inks at Media Expo 2016.

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UV curing UVXtra VBP / VBF inks for printing POP display materials | 11 January 2016

UVXtra VBP is the new brand name for Fujifilm Sericol’s range of UV curing screen printing inks, specifically… Read more

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Fujifilm named a Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovator | 20 November 2015

FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) was named a Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovator for the forth year in a row… Read more

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Fujifilm Sericol sponsors PVG-COET college’s Print Era Event

Fujifilm Sericol India participated in Pune Vidhyarthi Griha’s College of Engineering and Technology’s annual Print Era 2016 event as Sponsors and displayed a lot of products, printed with Sericol inks, which invited a lot of attention from students. We interacted with some students to know what they felt about the print samples

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Fujifilm Graphic Business Commits to South African Market with Open House Event | 12 April 2015

FUJIFILM South Africa (Pty) Ltd. held an open house on October 1 and 2, 2014 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in South Africa’s Johannesburg, where it presented the latest technologies and solutions spanning over many different fieldsRead more

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Fujifilm Sericol Launches Seritrans TA inks for Textile printing | 17th February 2014

Fujifilm Sericol India is delighted to share the latest innovations in water based Screen printing technology (Seritrans TA), which is designed for Tagless label printing applications.

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Fujifilm establishes the guideline for the calculation of its water footprint | 5 December 2014

Fujifilm Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) has established the internal guideline for the calculation of its water footprint (*1) for quantitatively assessing the amount of water consumed throughout a product’s lifecycle from procurementRead more

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Exhibition Date Location Gallery
Media-Expo-logo 23rd February to 25th February 2017 Venue : Stall No: D-55
Hall no. 6 Bombay Convention & Exhibition centre
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17th November to 20th November 2016 Hall no. 3
Stall no. : G-3
India Expo Center, Greater Noida, India
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Media-Expo-logo 22nd September to 24th September 2016 Venue : Stall No: F-22
Hall no, 11 Pragati Maidan
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6th to 8th May 2016 Stall name / no. : B-35, Fujifilm Sericol
Venue : Hall no. 5, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai
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Media-Expo-logo 15th January to 17th January 2016 Venue : Bombay Exhibition center View Event
   8th January to 10th January 2016  Venue : Science City, Kolkata, India  View Event
Screen-Print-vietnam 30th July to 1st August 2015 Hall no. C
Stall no. : B-46-B49
Venue: SECC,Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Textile Connect Show 2015

February 2015 New Delhi, India View Event
21st October to 23 rd November 2014 Hall no. C
Stall no. : C-8
Venue: Mila Maidan, Kolkata, India
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29 October to 1st November 2014 Hall no. 12
Stall no. : C-53
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India
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18th to 21st September 2014 Stall name / no. : Fujifilm Sericol
Venue : Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Stadium, University road, Near Goa University, Dona Paula,
Goa – 403004
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05th, 06th, 07th September 2012 Bombay Exhibition Center, Western Express Highway
Ram Mandir Road, Goregaon (E),Mumbai
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28th February to 2nd March 2009 Bombay Exhibition Center, Western Express Highway,
Ram Mandir Road, Goregaon (E),Mumbai
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7th -9th december 2007 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India View Event

Fujifilm establishes the guideline for the calculation of its water footprint

Fujifilm Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) has established the internal guideline for the calculation of its water footprint (*1) for quantitatively assessing the amount of water consumed throughout a product’s lifecycle from procurement/manufacturing to sales and disposal. The move complements the existing efforts to mitigate CO2 emissions, and reflects the company’s active initiative for environmentally-conscious product development, impact assessment and information disclosure in respect to water resources.

In recent years, the world has been experiencing, with increasing severity, water shortages and concerns around water pollution. Europe is moving towards including the issue of water resource depletion in the Environmental Footprint (*2), a set of pilot guidelines for assessing the environmental impacts of the product over their lifecycle. With an international standard (ISO) on the environmental impact calculation method for water to be released in early 2015, there is a global demand for impact assessment and information disclosure with respect to water resources.

Supporting this social trend early on, Fujifilm began exploring methods for calculating water footprint precociously and has compiled its findings into this guideline.

Fujifilm applies the “Design for Environment” rule when designing and developing all products. It quantitatively and objectively assesses the environmental impact of CO2 emissions throughout each product’s lifecycle. This guideline for the calculation of water footprint sets out the approach and specific methodology for calculating the amount of water consumption over the product’s lifecycle, based on the procedure for calculating CO2 lifecycle assessment as defined in the “Design for Environment” rule. It encompasses not only “quantity” but also “quality” of water (pollution level), which will be clarified in the process of international standardization. The new guideline incorporates specific cases of products and services, making it easy for product developers to adopt the guideline.

Fujifilm will make use of this guideline to promote worldwide “visualization” of the environmental impact with respect to water resources over the lifecycle of products. The company will carry out environmentally-conscious product development, including material procurement by considering “water stressed areas” (*3), promoting proactive initiatives on the sustainable use and protection of limited water resources.

The Fujifilm Group launched the mid-term CSR program “Sustainable Value Plan 2016” in FY2014, outlining business goals for resolving social issues, with the aim of contributing to “sustainable social development”. Defining “response to water issues” and “securing water resources” as important social issues, the plan lists the goals of “reducing and the restriction of water pollution through the development of highly functional materials” and “maintaining unit water consumption (amount of water used per sales) at the FY2013 level”. In order to achieve these goals, the company will utilize the new guideline and promote environmentally-conscious product development in terms of water resources, making an active contribution to the sustainable development of society, which is the most important challenge the Earth faces in the 21st century.

Fujifilm Sericol Launches Seritrans TA inks for Textile printing

Fujifilm Sericol India is delighted to share the latest innovations in water based Screen printing technology (Seritrans TA), which is designed for Tagless label printing applications. This water-based PVC & Phthalate ink is suitable for both direct and transfer printing. The ink provides good screen stability and has very good resistance against dry and wet friction. This links also meets Oeko-Tex Standard 100 requirements and is becoming very popular among textile printers across India. From continued evolution in Plastisol based and water based ink technology, Fujifilm Sericol India today provides the most extensive portfolio to meet market demands. An unwavering monitor of global trends in textile printing – combined with unrelenting development with our Innovation pipeline allows Fujifilm Sericol to predict where our customers are going and have solutions ready. Fujifilm Sericol’s ability to provide printers with inks and chemicals uniquely positions us to offer the Total Solution that creates a difference for our customers. Fujifilm Sericol welcomes attendees to visit Screen Print India 2016 and discuss solutions to meet their specific goals. At Screen Print India 2016, you will get the opportunity to: Feel T-shirts Printed with Seritrans TA inks Engage one-on-one with leading suppliers in textile printing industry Uncover new ideas and growth opportunities

Fujifilm Graphic Business Commits to South African Market with Open House Event

FUJIFILM South Africa (Pty) Ltd. held an open house on October 1 and 2, 2014 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in South Africa’s Johannesburg, where it presented the latest technologies and solutions spanning over many different fields (commercial printing, newspaper printing and wide-format, among others) and discussed the benefits of employing such technologies and solutions while providing demonstrations.
At the venue, experts from South African distributors of Fujifilm products, including Graphix Supply World (GSW), Ferrostaal and Kemtek, demonstrated the solutions and discussed their specific merits. Solutions that attracted attention, in particular, included the wide-format LED UV inkjet printer Acuity LED 1600, wide-format flatbed platforms Uvistar Pro-8 and Acuity Advance (the fastest growing type of platform in the world), low-chemical plate systems, and Luxel News VMAX, the world’s fastest CTP system for newspapers.
The President of FUJIFILM South Africa (Pty) Ltd. (hereinafter Fujifilm SA) Ryosuke Miki commented on the partnership with our distributors as follows:
“Fujifilm aims to expand throughout Africa. We have formed relationships with fantastic partners such as Kemtek, Ferrostaal and Graphix Supply World. These relationships are helping us to build the company and take the Fujifilm brand to the next level.”
Graham Leeson, Head of European Communications for Graphic Systems at FUJIFILM Europe, spoke about the open house as follows:
“The open house event was the best platform to demonstrate our extensive product range in South Africa and show what these products can achieve, Our products have real benefits for printers, such as the ability to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, and come with a Fujifilm guarantee of high quality. Our key message to the South African market is that we can help printers be more efficient and competitive while helping them to generate additional revenue from other print solutions within our portfolio.”
John Davies, Business Strategy & Marketing Manager, Print Production Workflow Solutions at Fujifilm Graphic Systems Europe, hosted a workflow seminar. He outlined trends and explained the benefits of Fujifilm’s XMF Workflow, XMF Remote and XMF ColorPath. He said that major workflow bottlenecks are: proofing and approval, job submission, colour management, pre-flighting and job ticketing. He said that Fujifilm’s workflow solutions overcome many of these problems by automating print production; maximising efficiency; assisting with printer-client communication; providing easy and consistent colour; using the latest PDF technology and helping to make printers more profitable.
On October 1, Kemtek and Fujifilm SA concluded an exclusive contract on the sales of the Fujifilm CTP plates in South Africa. Kemtek Group MD, Gavin van Rensburg said:
“Kemtek looked for a partner who was making a significant investment in technology for the printing industry and Fujifilm was the ideal company. In turn, they looked for a strong partner such as Kemtek to grow the brand. We are very satisfied with Fujifilm’s long-term investment into the African market. The open event was an opportunity for visitors to see this huge investment. The event also showed that Fujifilm is gaining a strong foothold in the market and it will use the event as a launchpad into the rest of Africa.”

Fujifilm named a Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovator

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FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) was named a Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovator for the fourth year in a row, in recognition of its achievements as one of the world’s most innovative companies.

With this award, Thomson Reuters recognizes the world’s top 100 companies that strive to protect inventions via intellectual property rights and lead the world to innovative discoveries and initiatives, based on a series of patent-related metrics that get to the essence of what it means to be truly innovative. The Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovator methodology is based on four principle criteria: “overall patent volume”, “patent grant success rate”, “global reach of the portfolio” and “patent influence as evidenced by citations”, using Thomson Reuters’ intellectual property and intelligence collaboration platform. Fujifilm was selected as one of the top 100 companies for its particularly high recognition of the “patent grant success rate” as well as high ratings in the other criteria.

Fujifilm strives to continue creating value for society and contributing to resolving social issues while seeking opportunities for business growth and to develop intellectual properties that significantly contribute to business through close coordination of business and R&D. Fujifilm will continue to promote active R&D and work to protect and utilize intellectual properties developed from such R&D, to contribute to the enhancement of the corporate value of the global Fujifilm Group and sustainable social development.

UV curing UVXtra VBP / VBF inks for printing POP display materials

UVXtra VBP is the new brand name for Fujifilm Sericol’s range of UV curing screen printing inks, specifically designed to provide high satin finish and excellent print definition for graphic applications like Signs & POP printing. The ink comprises of 11 lead-free line colours and extender base. It also has metallic medium, gloss varnish and Trichromatic colours.

UVXtra VBP ink is N-Vinylpyrrolidone free and has very good finish properties against cutting, creasing and folding. It is a press ready formulation for large format printers and suitable for flatbed cylinder and multicolour machines with fixed or scanning UV. It has an excellent outdoor life of 24 months.