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  • 09 Aug 2017

Konica Minolta takes industrial print to New Zealand

Konica Minolta Australia is widening its footprint in the region with the introduction of the company’s industrial print offering into the New Zealand market

Konica Minolta Australia is widening its footprint in the region with the introduction of the company’s industrial print offering into the New Zealand market.

Citing New Zealand as a prime area for growth, the company has made major investments to break into the country’s market with its Australian namesake helping by sourcing people and expertise to back it up. The Australian company's regional national manager for industrial print, David Cascarino, and sales director, David Procter, were recently in New Zealand to promote the expansion into the neighboring market.

Cascarino is quoted as saying that, having made investments into the industrial space in Australia, it made sense to expand the offering into New Zealand.

At the recent PacPrint trade event in Melbourne, Konica Minolta Australia introduced key products such as the flagship AccurioJet KM-1 B2 inkjet press and MGI embellishment products.

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Henry Mendelson is Labels & Labeling's Oceania correspondent.

He covers labels and packaging printing developments in the Australasia region for the publication.

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