Fuji Xerox threw out the welcome mat to industry on the opening night of PrintEx19 in Sydney holding a cocktail party giving attendees a chance to come together.
The event followed the announcement that Fuji Xerox will now be selling the latest Fujifilm digital cut-sheet press, the Jet Press 750S, a B2 printer which can push out 3600 sheets per hour.
The 750S was previously launched in Australia through Fujifilm, with the first installation made at USQ Ellipsis Media.
Fuji Xerox Australia chief sales officer Tony O’Connor addressed the gathering, which was also attended by Fujifilm representatives including chairman Nobuhiko Koshimizu.
“I’m confident that together using our automated technologies and using our innovation we can drive a very strong sense of optimism about the future to help you create new value for your customers which is essentially what they are looking for,” O’Connor told the gathering.
“In doing that, creating better connections with your customers and helping to drive your businesses much further with more profitability and more growth.”
O’Connor said Fuji Xerox will continue to focus on delivering ways to accelerate growth, reduce costs and enable business owners to start saying yes to new opportunities, new customers and new ways of doing business.
“We are investing a lot in our business and in our customers and today’s event is just one example,” he said.
“But the way we intend to bring innovation support is through our continued commitment around people, systems, processes and our technology.”
O’Connor also reiterated Fuji Xerox’s commitment to sustainability through energy savings and boosted recycling practices pointing to the work being done at the company’s eco-manufacturing centre in Sydney’s Rosehill.
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