Konica Minolta’s plans for 2022

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Mr Nayyar Ansari, Business Development Manager Konica Minolta Business Solutions Middle East

Konica Minolta will be participating in Gulf Print and Pack 2022. Nayyar Ansari, Business Development Manager Konica Minolta Business Solutions Middle East, says, “from a manufacturer’s perspective, it is essential to be close to the market and the customer. This pandemic has made us realise it to the best, needless to say, the reason (these long two years of separation). Konica Minolta looks forward to effectively catching up with our valued partners and customers during this GPP.

“We wish to refresh ourselves and present our customers with the most competitive products and features concerning digital printing and embellishment through this platform. With a positive mind, expecting the customers to show up, Konica Minolta intents to showcase our state of the art Production Printing engine with the Intelligent Quality Optimizer (IQ-501). In addition to this, we would showcase various possibilities of digital embellishment samples from our MGI and label systems. Digital transformation is the key takeaway from this approach.”

On DX Vision 2030, Nayyar Ansari says, “Konica Minolta to Achieve the Carbon Minus Goal in 2030, ahead of the original target year of 2050. Konica Minolta is going to focus more on its Green Factory activities. Especially, assembly factories that work with many suppliers will benefit from digital manufacturing, which enables the factories to enhance their productivity and develop optimal production plans with suppliers, thus helping to raise the energy efficiency. Konica Minolta is also promoting its Green Supplier activities to provide its expertise, advice and support to suppliers to help them reduce CO2 emissions. The company will thus build greater trust with suppliers and contribute to reducing CO2 emissions from external sources.”

He adds, “Needless to say that the pandemic has left no one untouched. But, Konica Minolta, in these difficult times, managed and delivered the difference through the digital transformation value-added differentiator. Where the world was struggling to gain volumes, KONICA MINOLTA was much ready to accept the short run volumes for digital embellishment and label volumes. This enabled our most valued customers to engage with their prospective clients for smaller volumes (in F&B, Retail verticals).”

“With the number of jobs in an incremental situation, digital printing is gaining focus. And, we would like to say that Konica Minolta, with its focused approach on the Digital Printing portfolio (AccurioPress) is already poised well to address the market requirement. Adding to this, through our digital transformation, added values of embellishment (UV Varnish & iFOIL with MGI) and LABEL with AccurioLabel, are the key to our offerings.”

He adds, “needless to say that the pandemic has left no one untouched. But KONICA MINOLTA in this difficult times managed and delivered the different through the DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION value added differentiator. Where the world was struggling to gain volumes, KONICA MINOLTA was much ready to accept the short run volumes for DIGITAL EMBELLISHMENT and LABEL volumes. This enabled our most valued customers to engage with their prospective clients for smaller volumes (in F&B, Retail verticals).”

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